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Full text of "Weymouth High School/Technical High School yearbook"

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PROPERTY OF THE 



TUFTS LIBRARY 

WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
Added June 17J970 



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Author Wevmouth High School Pass Nb. jt^yjj^jy 

1970 

Title Yearbook „ 



WER 974.47 WEY 1370 

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WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 



WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

The Tufts Udrary 

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THE END OF A DECADE 
THE BEGINNING OF 

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A TIME OF 

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WILLIAM W. WILSON EDWARD B. WORCESTER SHIRLEY M. YOUNG 

Business Education Chemistry Secretary Instructional 

Materials 



CAFETERIA WORKERS 





DEBORAH K. ADAMS 
15 Pepper Rd. S. 

Debby's favorite activity is horseback 
riding. 1'hotography and art also hold 
her interest. To become a veterinarian 
is her main ambition. 

Riding Club 11. 12 




ROBERT M. ADAMS 
206 King Philip S. 

After graduation, Bob would like to 
enter the field of business administra- 
tion. Sports, shipbuilding, and coin 
collecting occupy most of his spare 
time. 



PATRICIA A. AHERXE 
67 Pearl St. N. 

Tricia, a future social worker, is al- 
ways willing to lend a helping hand. 
She enjovs all music, especially that of 
Judy Collins. 

Russian Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Sen. Xom. Comm.; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




ARLEXE M. AHL 
89B Memorial Dr. W. 

Arlene hopes to become an airline 
reservationist after graduation. Water- 
skiing is one of her favorite sports. 

Pep Club 11 




FRANCES M. AINSLIE 
41 Phillips St. W. 

Franni hopes to enter the business 
world after graduation. Meanwhile, 
she digs listening to Bob Dylan and 
Isaac Hayes. 



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ROBERT J. ALABISO 
296 Broad St. W. 

Handsome Ali, a pal to all, enjoys 
playing all sports, especially football. 
He will surely be successful in his 
career as a photographer. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Monitor 12; 
('ampus 12; Intramurals 10, 11; Key- 
Club 12 



NANCY M. ALCUSKV 
126 Summer St. W. 

Fun-loving Nancy enjoys working at 
a part-time job and listening to records. 
Her intelligence will surely bring her 
success. 

High Honors 10. 11; Stardust; Cam- 
pus 11, 12; French Club 11, 12: Re- 
flector 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 




CINDY ALEMIAX 
508 East St. E. 

Friendly Cindy hopes to major in 
either biology or psychology at Bates 
College. Playing the guitar and skiing 
occupy most of her spare time. 

High Honors 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 10. 
11, 12; French Club 10, 12, Treas. 11; 
Pep Club 11; Xational Honor Society- 
Sect. 11. 12; Russian Club 10 





DIAXE M. ALEX 
50 Canacum Rd. N. 

Babysitting, traveling, swimming, and 
bowling occupy most of Diane's spare 
time. She hopes to become an airline 
reservationist after graduation. 

Ski Club 11; Pep Club 11, 12;F.B.L.A. 
12 




FREDERICK A. ALLEX, JR. 
85 Weyham Rd. X. 

If you should see a bright yellow '56 
Chevy streaking about Weymouth, 
you can be sure Fred is in it! 

Golf 10, 12 



PRISCILLA H. ALLEN 
45 Barbara Lane S. 

A warm and sincere person, Priscilla 
especially likes to draw. Her favorite 
activities include bowling, tennis, and 
skiing. To major in languages is her 
future ambition. 

High Honors 10, Honors 11; Band 
10; Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 
12; F.T.A. 12 




STEPHEN P. ALMOND 
652 Commercial St. E. 

An active participant in all his church 
activities, Stephen hopes to receive a 
degree in theology and to travel 
around the United States. His interest 
in others will ensure him success. 





DONALD ALTOBELLO 
182 Academy Ave. E. 

Donald enjoys writing words and 
music for his own band. He hopes to 
enter the field of cabinet making or 
music. 

Student Government 11 




BRYAN P. ANDERSON 
72 Bluff Rd. N. 

Sports and girl-watching are Louis' 
favorite hobbies. He hopes to further 
his schooling by taking an apprentice 
course in sheet metal. 

Office Duty 10; Senior Nominating 
Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm. 



LYNNE ANDERSON 
125 River St. N. 

Water sports are among Lynn's out- 
side interests, along with painting and 
sewing. She hopes to enter nursing 
school after graduation. 

Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 11; Pep 
Club 11, 12 




MICHAEL R. ANDERSON 
356 Pine St. S. 

Mike enjoys all sports, especially bas- 
ketball and big-game hunting. He is 
a member of the track club for the 
Weymouth Marathon. College lies in 
his future. 

Honors 10, 11; Basketball 10; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; Band 10 





PAULA I. ANDERSON 
118 Donnellan Cr. N. 

An active member of Rainbow, Paula 
enjoys swimming, waterskiing, and 
square dancing. To become a secre- 
tary is her future goal. 

Chorus 10, 11; F.H.A. 12; Mr. Power's 
Sect. 12 




RICHARD J. ANDERSON 
42 Pleasant View W. 

To obtain a degree in chemical engi- 
neering is Rick's goal. Stamp collect- 
ing and horseback riding are among 
his favorite past-times. 

Conservation Club 11. 12; Science 
Club 12; Chem. Lab. Asst. 12 



ROBERT E. ANDERSON 
42 Pleasant View W. 

Bob, who is interested in astronomy, 
plans to attend college after gradua- 
tion. He enjoys skiing and playing 
hockey. 

Intramurals 10 




RITA R. ANSBERGS 
23 Caldwell St. N. 

Good-natured Rita likes all sports, es- 
pecially skiing. Playing the guitar and 
sewing also fill her spare moments. 
To attend college and to travel are 
included in her future plans. 

Ski Club 11. 12; French Club 11. 12: 
Pep Club 11; Cheerleader 12 





CHARLIE E. ARNOLD, JR. 
108 Blscayne Ave YV. 

Horseback riding, water skiing, and 
boating are among Charlie's outside 
interests. He plans to join the Air 
Force after graduation. 




CRAIG 1). ARNOLD 
91 Coolidge Ave. \V. 

When not working at W.J.D.A., Craig 
can be found building cars. After grad- 
uation, he hopes to become an aero- 
nautical engineer. 

Student Council 10; Student Gov. 11 



GLENN R. ARSENAULT 
9 Regina Rd. W. 

Glenn, a real movie buff, also enjoys 
classical music. All types of sports are 
tops with him. To attend college is 
his future goal. 

Honors 11; Political Affairs 11; Riding 
Club 11 




KENNETH J. ATKINSON 
27 Princeton Ave. N. 

Comical Ken claims that butterfly and 
toad catching are his favorite hobbies. 
An outstanding member of our base- 
ball team, he plans to attend college. 

Basketball 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12 





RONALD J. AUSTIN, JR. 
179 Summer St. W. 

Roland, who owns and operates his 
own radio station, hopes to major in 
communications in college. Surfing is 
one of his favorite sports. 



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KARL L. BABCOCK 
15 Christine Ter. S. 

Karl's main interests include football, 
baseball, and swimming. He plans to 
attend college after graduation. 



CHERYL A. BACK 
204 Front St. W. 

"Bird" enjoys surfing and skiing in 
her spare time. She hopes to become 
an airline stewardess after graduation. 




RICHARD L. BAGLEY 
26 Genevieve Rd. W. 



"Bags" likes soccer, snow skiing, and 
water skiing. College lies in his future. 





WILLIAM A. BAILEY 
5 Lambert Ave. E. 

Riding, reading, and water sports oc- 
cupy Bill's time when he's not work- 
ing at the Chefs Hat. To become an 
F.B.I, agent is his main ambition. 

Honors 11; Chorus 12; Track 11; 
Chess Club 10; Stardust; Concert 
Choir 12 




BRIAN BAKER 
4 Derry St. E. 

Humorous "Jake" likes all sports, es- 
pecially football. He hopes to attend 
college after graduation. 

Football 10 



ROBERT L. BALCO.M 
220 Essex St. \Y. 

"Fester" enjoys playing all sports and 
speculating in the stock market. He 
hopes to attend college and become a 
millionaire. 

Basketball 10, 11. 12; Golf 10, 11, 12; 
Key Club 12; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 12 




JAMES A. BALDWIN 
12 Circle Rd. W. 

Good-natured Jim hopes to become an 
architect. He plans to take post gradu- 
ate courses next year. 





JAMES D. BALDWIN 
31 School St. E. 

Jim, who has traveled extensively 
throughout the United States, would 
like to pursue a medical career. Pres- 
ently, he works at Burger King and 
enjoys listening to W. B.C.N. 




ANNE M. BANDERA 
40 Cherry Lane S. 

Always smiling, Ann plays basketball 
for her church and works as a waitress 
at Friendly 's. To attend college and 
become a dental hygienist is her future 
goal. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Russian 
Club 10; Tutor 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



DAWN M. BARBIERE 
27 Sumner Rd. E. 

Quiet Dawn's interests include reading 
and sewing. She plans to attend college 
after graduation. 

Honors 10; French Club 10; F.T.A. 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 12 




ROSEMARY T. BARBUTO 
47 Emerson St. E. 

Rose, who would like to major in 
French in college, now works at 
Rexall's Drug Store. Sports and pets 
are her favorite likes. 

High Honors 10; Honors 1 1; National 
Honor Societv 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 
11, 12; Tutor 10; Pep Club 11, 12 





ROSEMARY BARCA 
53 Seminole Ave. W. 

Rosemary, who works at Elihu White 
Nursing Home, enjoys the music of 
Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. Two of 
her favorite pastimes are sewing and 
drawing. She hopes to pursue a college 
career. 

Honors 11; Riding Club 12; Cap and 
Gown Committee 




ELAINE BARDEN 
19 Delia Walker S. 

Elaine, a salesgirl at Jordan Marsh, 
enjoys reading, ceremics. and swim- 
ming in her spare time. To become an 
elementary school teacher is her future 
goal. 

Drama Club 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10; 
Spanish Club 10; Theatre Arts 11: 
F.T.A. 12; N.O.W. 12: Stardust 



CATHERINE M. BARKER 
15 Fillmore St. S. 

Individualistic Kay works at the Naval 
Air Station in South Weymouth. Sew- 
ing and swimming are her favorite 
outside activities. After graduation, she 
hopes to secure a good job. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Camera Club 12 




SUSAN E. BARKER 
69 Addington Cir. E. 

Quiet Susan plans to become an ele- 
mentary school teacher. In her spare 
time she is involved in many activities 
including teaching Sunday school and 
church choir. She also enjoys reading 
and sports. 



Reflector 11, 
Worker 10 



12; Stardust; Office 




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BRUCE W. BAKRIE 
139 Pine St. S. 

Red haired Bruce is Past Master Coun- 
cilor of South Shore DeMolay and 
plays the baritone horn in his free 
time. He has hopes of attending 
Bridgewater State College. 




MARY A. BARRUS 
583 Pond St. S. 

To attend college and become an ele- 
mentary school teacher is Mary's am- 
bition. She works at South Shore Hos- 
pital as a dietary aide . . . reading, 
skating and watching all sports interest 
her. 



PAMELA A. BARRY 
83 Alroy Rd. S. 

Talkative Pam enjoys raising rabbits. 
An enthusiastic skier, she also works 
at Jordan Marsh . . . hopes to attend 
college. 

Russian Club 10; Stardust 12; Ski 
Club 11, Pres. 12 




RONALD K. BASKORD 
52 Birchcliff Rd. E. 

Bass enjoys traveling and boating on 
his spare time. In the future he hopes 
to travel across the country and then 
pursue a career in carpentry. 

Sr. Norn. Comm. 11; Student Gov. 12; 
Student Council 12 





CHRISTINE BATES 
14 King Cove Rd. N. 

Talkative Chris enjoys dancing at the 
Surf and playing basketball. She hopes 
to attend secretarial school. 

lie/lector Sect. 12; Mr. Disessa's Sea. 
12. 




LINDA S. BATES 
65 Ledgebrook Rd. S. 

Linda has the ability to make the most 
of any situation. Her activities include 
working at Gem, horseback riding and 
dancing. She plans to attend college 
to become an art teacher. 

Honors 11; Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 
12; Ski Club 12 



PAUL A. BATES 
65 Torrey St. S. 

Paul enjoys surfing and reading. After 
attending college, he hopes to live in 
Africa. 




JULIA V. BAUMEISTER 
31 Filomena St. E. 

Smiling Julie hopes to attend Bridge- 
water State College and major in so- 
ciology. She enjoys attending football 
games and participating in C.V.O. 
activities. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 11, Sales 
Editor 12; Spanish Club 10; Spanish 
Tutor 12; Cap & Gown Comm. 





DONNA M. BAXTER 
8 Witawamut Rd. N. 

Working at the Tufts Library in North 
Weymouth takes up much of Donna's 
time. She enjoys swimming, cooking, 
and horseback riding. To become a 
history teacher is her ambition. 




JOHN C. BAYLOR 
33 Shawmut St. E. 

John's vocational training will be an 
asset to his future career. 



MICHAEL J. BEATTY 
139 Circuit Ave. W. 

Mike is interested in sports and music. 
Now employed at Burger King, he 
plans to attend college after gradua- 
tion. 

Honors 11 




KRISTIN A. BEGGS 
482 Pine St. S. 



Attractive and friendly, Kristin enjoys 
mountain climbing and hunting. Pres- 
ently working at Jordan Marsh, she 
has no immediate future plans. 

Honors 10, 11; Student Council 10. 
11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Riding Club 
11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 





DAVID W. BEGLEY 
5 Litchfield Rd. N. 

'"Bags," who is active in his C.Y.O., 
plans to attend college after gradua- 
tion. He enjoys all sports and likes to 
play the guitar . . . works at Burger 
King. 

Key Club 12 




DAVID BELCHER 
180 Hibiscus Ave. W. 

Racing sports cars and scuba diving 
take up most of Dave's spare time. 
He hopes to own a sports car shop 
after graduation. 



E. MICHAEL BELCHER 
265 Ralph Talbot S. 

Mike, who is an avid Red Sox fan. 
also enjoys waterskiing. To pursue a 
career in aviation is his ambition after 
graduation. 

Intramurals 10 




BRYAN A. BENNETT 
19 Standish St. N. 

Full of fun, Buz is an asset to any 
party. He enjoys playing basketball 
and has no immediate plans for the 
future. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12 





RONALD D. BENTLEY 
131 Candia St. E. 

Outgoing and independent, Ron is an 
active participant in several school 
activities as well as being involved in 
his Church Fellowship and DeMolav. 
His determination will ensure him suc- 
cess in the field of law. 

V. Pres. Senior Class, Student Council 

10. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 10; Political Affairs 

11, 12; Theater Arts 10, 11, 12; Star- 
dust 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 




DAVID A. BENTON 
44 Grove St. E. 

Although Dave's future plans are in- 
definite, he hopes someday to be a 
billionaire. He participates in all 
sports. 



SHARON L. BERG 
21 Broad St. PI. W. 

Quiet Sharon works at the Tufts Li- 
brary in Xo. W eymouth. Her future 
plans are undecided. 




CHERYL A. BERGFORS 
53 Regatta Rd. N. 

Working at Grants and the Weymouth 
Twin Drive-In take up much of 
Cheryl's time. An equestrienne, she 
plans to attend a secretarial school or 
a beauty academy. 

D.E.C.A. 12; Riding Club 11; Lunch 
Monitor 11 



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DAVID P. BERNARD 
64 Calf Rd. W. 

College bound, Dave exercises his 
musical abilities by playing the piano 
and the guitar. He also enjoys being 
involved in school activities. 

Honor Roll 10; High Honors 11: 
Math Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; WHS- TV; 
National Honor Society 




EDWARD B. BERRY 
95 Sunrise Dr. N. 

After graduation, Ed hopes to travel 
to California and then enlist In the 
Navy. He is an enthusiastic supporter 
of all sports. 

Ski Club; Gymnastics 



NANCY W. BERRY 
210 Union St. S. 

The shy and sensitive character of 
Nan is reflected in her outside interests 
of camp counseling, painting, and 
reading. Her future plans include at- 
tending Massachusetts College of Art 

Dramatics 10, 11, 12; Stardust- Cam 
pus Art Stall 11, 12; Honors 10 




KAREN M. BIAGIOTTI 
130 Pierce Rd. W. 

Imaginative Karen enjoys letter writ- 
ing, driving, and water skiing. Now 
working at a nursing home, she will 
be well trained to become an LP.N. 





DONNA M. BICKEL 
654 Pond St. E. 

Working at South Shore Hospital as 
a dietary aide, attending Rainbow 
meetings, and sewing are a few of 
Donna's outside interests. Her future 
goal is to become a hairdresser. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; National Honor So- 
ciety; Mr. Wheeler's Sec't.; Campus 
Rep. 11; Sr. Norn. Comm.; High 
Honors 10 




CHERYL A. BICKFORD 
143 West St. W. 

Cheryl, a talented gymnast, enjoys 
swimming and skiing. When not in 
school she is usually sewing or work- 
ing at Filene's . . . plans to become a 
dental hygienist. 

Student Council 10, 11; Class Treas- 
urer 10. 11; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; 
Cheerleading 11, Captain 12; SkiClub 
11, 12; Intramurals 10 



LORRAINE BICKFORD 
991 Commercial E. 

Lori enjoys bowling, swimming, and 
eating Chinese food. She hopes to 
work as a retailer after graduation. 

D.E.C.A. 12 




RICHARD G. BIGELOW 
44 Soper Ave. W. 

Ambitious Rick enjoys all sports, es- 
pecially basketball and football. His 
future plans include college and the 



Key Club 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; N.O.W. 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12: Honors 
10, 11 





MARISE L. BILODEAU 
847 Front St. S. 

Athletic Reesie is a teacher at Corri- 
gan's Studio. Playing the guitar, swim- 
ming, and camping are among her 
favorite pastimes. College lies in her 
future. 

Cvmnastics 10, 11; Cheerleading 11, 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; .V.ali*. 12; 
Honors 10; Ski Club 12 




TED L BLACKWELL 
1308 Commercial E. 

Ted enjoys skiing, skin diving, and 
working with cars. His future plans 
are undecided. 



ROBERT W. BLAKE 
44 Idlewell Blvd. W. 



A real outdoorsman. Bob especially 
enjoys boating and camping. To enter 



the Navy is his goal 




PAUL E. BLAXEY 
40 Edith Rd. E. 

Friendly Paul sees college is his future. 
Skiing and boating are among his 
favorite outside interests. 

Pep Club 12; Student Council 10; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11 





MARYANX BLOOD 
6 Fogg Rd. S. 

May can be seen at the ski slopes in 
winter. To further her education and 
to travel are her future plans. 

Ski Club 12 




JAMES R. BODELL 
33 Tamburlane Rd. S. 

Music and electronics are amongjim's 
interests. He likes real people . . . not 
phonies. He plans to go into the field 
of electronics after graduation. 

Honors 10, High Honors 11; Chess 
Club 10; School Rep. of C.S.F. 11: 
Science Fair Participant 10; Senior 
Xom. Comm. 



DEXTSE M. BOIS 
53 Forest St. S. 

Dancing, painting and working at 
Chef s Hat occupy most of Denise's 
spare time. Her thoughtfulness will 
make her a fine nurse. 

Theatre Arts Club 12 




MICHAEL \Y. BOIS 
53 Forest Street S. 

Mike, who holds a part-time job, en- 
joys participating in C.Y.O. basketball 
and playing the guitar. His future 
plans include attending a culinary 
school. 

Key Club 11. 12 





JOAXXE M. BOUCHARD 
35 Epping St. E. 

Attractive Jonna hopes to travel 
plans to wo>-k after graduation. 




ADELLE A. BOUCHER 
34 Huntington Ave. S. 

Adelle. cute and lively, has won many 
skating awards. She will surely be suc- 
cessful as a professional ice skater. 



Student Gc 
retarv 12 



il 10, 11. 12: Class Sec- 



WAYXE A. BOUDREAU 
9 Central St. S. 



,ne. an avi 



sports fan, likes skat- 
ing and football. He hopes to attend 
broadcasting school and become a 
sportscaster. 




JAMES P. BOULDOUKIAX 
37 Shore Dr. X. 

Swimming, bowling, and playing ten- 
nis take up most of Duke's time. He 
plans to attend college after graduation. 



Key Club 12; National Hone 
11, 12; High Honors 10, 11 



Socictv 





BARBARA BOUMENOT 
8 Mace Ave. E. 

Always on the go. Barb spends most 
of her time participating in C.Y.O. 
To become a nurse is her future goal. 

Soph. Dramatic Club; Spectrum 10 




DANIEL A. BOYD. JR. 
107 Judith Rd. N. 

Comical Danny works at Capitol 
Market and the Clapp Memorial 
Y.M.C.A. He enjoys all sports and 
will be successful in his career as a 
math teacher. 

Honors 10, 11; Math Club 10; Math 
Tutor 10, 11, 12; Computer Lab Ass't. 
11. 12 



DEBORAH BRACKET! 
4 Peter Rd. N. 

Exuberant Debbie spends much of her 
time skiing, camping, and sewing. Her 
concern for others will assist her in 
becoming a good nurse. 

Honors 11; F.N. A. 11, 12; Reflector 
10; Stardust 12; Ski Club 11, 12 




CHRISTINE A. BRADY 
10 Heritage Ln. E. 

Chris, a volunteer at Ojjincy City Hos- 
pital, enjoys horseback riding and at- 
tending the Bruin's games. She plans 
to work as a computer operator after 
graduation. 

Health Office Ass't. 10; Riding Club 12 





EDWARD J. BRADY 
31 Holmberg Rd. W. 

Sportsminded Ed plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation. Listening to rec- 
ords is one of his favorite past-times. 



Honors 10, 11; Cross Country 11; 
Key Club 12; Political Affairs Club 
12; Senior Nominating Committee 




MARY L. BRENNAN 
64 Judith Rd. W. 

Lou, a talented seamstress, enjoys 
watching football games. To become 
a home economist is her future goal. 

F.T.A. 11; Stardust 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 



MAUREEN C. BRENNAN 
16 South Ave. E. 

A future nurse, Moe plans to attend 
Catherine Laboure School of Nursing. 
In her spare time she works at Jordan 
Marsh. She enjoys skiing, bowling 
and attending parties. 

Campus 11; Facultv Editor 12; F.N. A. 
11, 12; Sec.-Treas. 12; Pep Club 11. 
12; Honors 10, 11; National Honor 
Society 11, 12 




DORIS M. BRIDGES 
19 Webb St. \V. 

Taking walks and attending parties 
are tops with Doris. She likes to cook 
and shop . . . plans to go into the 
business world after graduation. 

Mrs. Lutz Sec't. 12 





FRANCES W. BRIDGES 
19 Webb St. W. 

Undecided about her future "Briggs" 
works at the South Shore Hospital. 
She enjoys playing the guitar and 
having a good time. 

Honors 10, 11; Spanish Club 10; 
French Club 10; Lab. Ass't. 12; Cam- 
pus 12 




W ANDA L. BRIGHAM 
37 Blackstone Rd. N. 

A future airline stewardess, Wanda 
enjoys sewing, going to parties and 
meeting new people. She likes boys 
and spending money. 

Ski Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ELLEN R. BRIGHT 
25 Blackhawk Rd. S. 

Ellen, a member of a drum and bugle 
corps, also enjoys skiing and playing 
tennis. One of her favorite pastimes 
is walking along the beach at dusk. 
After graduation, she plans to attend 
college and become an elementary 
school teacher. 




JEANNE BRODEUR 
67 Phillips St. W. 

Jeanne, sweet and likeable, enjoys sew- 
ing in her spare moments. To earn a 
masters degree is her goal. 

Russian Club 10; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11, N.H.S. 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 
12 





PETER V. BROOKS 
235 Union St. S. 

Pete, a future sports statistician, likes 
baseball, basketball, and golf. He also 
enjoys listening to the Tijuana Brass. 




PHILIP R. BROOKS 
235 Union St. S. 

Phil is a member of DeMolay and his 
church youth group. He would like 
someday to become a landscape 
architect. 

Honors 10; Band 10, 11. 12 



CYNTHLA A. BROPHY 
4 KnoUwood Cir. W. 

Attractive Cindy enjoys sewing and 
playing the guitar. Being a member 
of the Jordan Marsh Creative Fashion 
Council will ensure her success as a 
fashion buyer. 

Campus 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Sr. Prom Com. 12 




ALICE C. BROWN 
47 Bluff Rd. N. 

Cindy, a member of Rainbow, enjoys 
Softball games and listening to rock 
music. She plans to attend a business 
school after graduation. 



Student 
F.B.L.A. 



Activity 10; Stardust 12; 
12; Shorthand Certificate 60 





KATHERINE F. BROWN 
78 Whitman St. E. 

"Kacca," a future dental assistant, is 
currendy working at Star Market. A 
considerate person, she will achieve 
happiness in all her endeavors. 

Honor Roll 11; Office Worker 10; 
Student Council Alternate 10 




PATRICIA M. BROWX 
372 Summer St. W. 

Pat, a talented musician, plans a ca- 
reer in fashion design. She also hopes 
to travel and meet people. 

F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 12; N.O. IT. Typist 



RAYE JEANNE BUCHAN 
60 Narragansett Ave. \Y. 

Working at Jordan Marsh and going 
to football games keep Rave busy on 
weekends. She enjoys sewing and sleep- 
ing .. . plans a career as a dental 
assistant. 

Gymnastics 10, 12; Student Council 
Alternate 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Spanish 
Club 10; Campus Sales 12 




MICHAEL D. BUCKLEY 
252 Randolph St. S. 

Quiet Mike enjoys playing basketball 
and training dogs. After college, he 
plans to become a professional dog 
handler. 

Basketball 10, 11. 12; Open House 
10; Pep Club 12; Kev Club 12; Weight- 
lifting 10. 11. 12 



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PATRICK ]. BUCKLEY 
31 Glen Rd. E. 

"Buck" is considering attending Went- 
worth Institute to become an electrician. 
Among his hobbies are water skiing, 
hockev, and football. 




W ILLIAM E. BUCKLEY 
209 Essex St. W. 



"Buck" hopes to ear 
mechanic's and pilot's 
future. His interests no 
and skin diving. 

I (pen I louse 1 1; Sr. Pi 



both his F.A.A. 

in the 
dude cars 



JOYCE A. BURCHSTED 
217 Bridge St. N. 

Doing what she thinks and wants clas- 
sify Joyce as an individual. She en- 
joys dancing, reading, and boy-watch- 
ing .. . plans to become a secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Typist 12 




BERN'ICE M. BURKE 
14 Kaleshore Dr. E. 

Working part-time at Grant's and read 
ing keeps Bemice busy. She plans to 
attend Emmanuel College or George- 
town U. to major in foreign sen- ice 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Russia! 
Club 10; WHS-TV 11, 12; N.O. W. 12 
Stardust 12; Mardi (Iras 11 





KAREN E. BURKE 
91 Birchbrow Ave. N. 

Writing to friends in other parts of 
the world and playing the guitar keep 
Karen occupied. She hopes to attend 
a business college and plans a career 
in bookkeeping. 

J.M.S.V.C.; N.O.W. Typist; F.B.L.A. 




CHARLES A. BURNS 
22 Bradford Rd. S. 

You can find Chas around anything 
fast, especially cars . . . also enjoys 
water skiing. He hopes to attend East 
Coast Aero Tech. 



JEFFREY P. BURNS 
85 Old Country W. 



To attend Mass. Maritime Academy is 
part of Jeff's future plans. 



Wrestling Team 10 



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ELAINE F. BURR 
38 Gr. Republic S. 

Elaine works as a salesgirl at Zayre. 
She enjoys skiing and would like to 
become a nurse. 





[AMES A. BURROUGHS 
21 Partridge Rd. S. 

The Navy and school are included in 
Jim's future plans. His interests are 
girls and drag racing . . . you can 
find him either skiing or playing foot- 
ball. 

Honors 10 




DEBRA A. BUSA 
215 Lakeshore Dr. E. 

To become an airline stewardess or 
to enter computer training lie ahead 
for Debbie. She enjoys listening to 
records, dancing, and horseback 
riding. 

Stardust 12 



GLORIA BUSHEY 
33 Richmond St. \Y. 

"Bush" enjovs swimming, listening to 
hard rock music and horseback riding. 
A lover of Chinese and Italian food, 
she plans to go to business school 
after graduation. 




NANCY M. BUTLER 
50 Cedar St. E. 

Pretty Nancy, a talented poetess and 
vice-president of her C.Y.O., enjoys 
flying kites, spending her summers 
on Cape Cod, and skiing. She hopes 
to attend college after graduation. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Office Worker 10; 
French Club 10; Senior Cap and Gown 
Committee 





THOMAS E. CAFARELLA 
36 Stetson St. W. 

Walking on the beach and through 
the woods is one of Cafe's pastimes. 
His future plans include becoming an 
engineer. 




JOHN CALLAGHAN 
155 Green St. X. 

Electronics and woodworking take up 
a lot of "Boops" spare time . . . cur- 
rently employed in Boston. 



NANCY E. CALLAHAN" 
111 Belmont St. W. 

Xanci plans to attend a career acade- 
my to train as a medical assistant. 
Skiing is one of her favorite outside 
interests. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Drama Club 10; 
Spectrum 10; Russian Club 10; French 
Club 10; Riding Club 11 




MARK E. CAMPANA 
1239 Main St. S. 

Working on cars and watching stock 
car races take up most of Mark's 
spare time. His future plans include 
the service and then managing his 
own business. 





DOXALD W. CAMPBELL 
23 Elmer Rd. S. 

Don is active in Explorers and De- 
Molay. He plans to work in the field 
of computers after graduation. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; 
Cross Country 12; Spring Track 12; 
Chemistrv Lab Assistant 12 




ELLEX M. CAMPBELL 
209 Belmont St. W. 

Boys with long hair appeal to Ellen, 
as does "Buffalo Springfield." She 
currently works at Burger King and 
hopes to become a secretary. 

Office Filing 10. 12 



FRAXCES C. CAPOZZI 
58 Robert Post S. 

Frannie can be found on a Boeing 707 
in the future, as she hopes to become 
a stewardess. She has her own ideas 
about things . . . enjoys swimming 
and horseback riding. 

Riding Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60 




KEXXETH E. CARDILLO 
95 Norton St. X. 



Ken, interested in cars, enjc 
racing. Also he will someda 



drag 



auto body shop. 




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ALICE M. CAREY 
478 Broad St W. 

Alice is full of school spirit and par- 
ticipates in many activities. She works 
with the blind at the Y.M.C.A. and 
plans to attend Quincy City Hospital 
School of Nursing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; F.N.A.; N.O.W. 
12; WHS-TV 11, 12; Mardi Gras 10, 
11; Russian Club 10; Stardust 




THOMAS S. CAREY 
50 Hilldale Rd. S. 

Tom enjoys building model cars and 
bowling. The fields of business man- 
agement or law lie in his future. 

Winter Track 10; Spring Track 10, 1 1; 
Intramurals 10 



ERNEST T. CARLSON 
75 Judson Rd. W. 



led plans 



Intramurals 10 



broadcasting 
his favorite 
:kev and foot- 




ANN 1.. CARR 
29 Lantern Lane W. 

Ann, sweet and lively, hopes to attend 
college to become a teacher. Some of 
her activities are working at Sears and 
going to football games. 

French Club 11, 12; Russian Club 10; 
Senior Nominating Comm. 12; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11, 12; F. T.A. 11, 
12; Mardi Gras 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12; High Honors 10; Honors 
11 





fOHN c. CARRIKER 
36 Easy St. S. 

An avid motorcycle fan, John hopes 
to enter the field of engineering. Ski- 
ing, bowling and basketball are among 
his interests. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Cross Country 11, 
12; Winter Track 11; Spring Track 
10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10 




VIRGINIA M. CARROLL 
104 Abigail Adam N. 

Ojtiet and sweet, Ginni hopes to attend 
college. A few of her many interests 
include going to Red Sox games and 
attending her C.V.O. 

Russian Club 10; Pep Club 10; Span- 
ish Club 11; F.H.A. 12 



BRUCE L. CASEY 
20 Fiske Ave. E. 

Case works part-time at Brady's En- 
terprises. He hopes to enter the in- 
surance field. He likes playing hockey 
and football. 



Wrestling 10; Intramural 
and Gown Committee 12 



10; Cap 




PAUL K. CASEY 
99 Judith Rd. N. 

An active gymnast, Case hopes to 
work for the telephone company after 
serving in the armed forces. A few of 
his activities include working at Su- 
preme Market, playing baseball, and 
participating in hockey. 

Gymnastics 11, 12; Intramurals 10 




JOSEPH F. CASNA 
160 Sea St. N. 

After graduation, Joe plans to attend 
Mass. Maritime Academy. He works 
part-time at Curtis Farms and plays 
football and hockey. 

Riding Club 12; Intramurals 10 




RICHARD F. CASSANI 
58 St. Anne Rd. E. 

An enthusiastic football fan, Rick plans 
to attend college. He can either be 
found working at Star Market or 
bowling. 

High Honors 10; Honors 1 1; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; 
Junior Usher 11 



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LINDA L. CATRAMBONE 
105 Cedar St. E. 

Volunteer work at a hospital helps to 
prepare Lynn for a future career as a 
registered nurse. She enjoys roller 
skating, camping, and cooking. 

Spanish Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Pep 
Club 11; F.N. A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 12 




CHARLES W. CAVICCHI 
39 Colonial Rd. N. 

Charlie is employed at the Red Coach 
Grill. Interested in drag racing and 
cars, he plans a career as a nuclear 
engineer. 

Russian Club 10; Gymnastics 11, 12; 
Math Club 11, 12; Math Lab Ass't. 
11, 12; Computer Club; N.O.W. 12 



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SUSAN J. CHAMBERLAIN 
83 Elmer Rd. S. 

Sue, musically-inclined, plays the gui- 
tar and the piano. Majoring in for- 
eign languages in college is her ob- 
jective. 

Russian Club 10; Riding Club 11, 
Pres. 12; Stardust 12; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 
10 




KAREN S. CHAMBERS 
27 Elizabeth Ln. S. 

Working at Gem part-time is one of 
Karen's outside activities. She also 
enjoys reading, cooking and horse- 
back riding . . . plans to study at 
Burdett Business School. 

Riding Club 11, 12 



BARBARA E. CHAPMAN 
323 Middle St. E. 

Going to college to become a pediatric 
nurse is Barb's ambition. She enjoys 
sewing, cooking, and drawing . . . 
works part time at Consumer Value 
Store. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10; French 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Riding 
Club 12; F.N. A. 12; Stardust 12; 
F.H.A. 12; Pep Club 11 




LYNN E. CHAPMAN 
92 Idlewell Blvd. W. 

A sports enthusiast, Lynn enjoys swim- 
ming, ice skating, boating and horse- 
back riding. She plans to become a 
dental assistant after graduation. 

Student Council 10, 12; Cheerleading 
11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Riding 
Club 12; F.H.A. 12; Senior Prom 
Comm. 





ANNE P. CHENEY 
60 Burton Terr. S. 

Friendly Anne enjoys horseback riding 
and sewing. She works part time at 
Star Market and plans to attend the 
University of Mass. at Amherst. 

High Honors 10, Honors 11; French 
Club 10; Riding Club 11, 12; Reflector 
Rep. 11 




DANIEL CHIACHIO 
169 Middle St. E. 

Dan hopes to reform and become a 
policeman. He enjoys remodeling old 
cars and driving in demolition derbies. 



DOROTHY J. CHIPMAN 
47 Burton Terr. S. 

Jane, an eager seamstress, enjoys 
horseback riding, skiing and playing 
tennis. To attend a junior college next 
fall is her immediate plan. 

Ski Club 12; Stardust 




Debbie 
sitting, 
goal . 



DEBRA B. CHOR 
672 Pleasant St. E. 



time 
I'o be 
. always smiling 



pied b\ 
e's aide 




MARTHA E. CIPULLO 
9 Crescent Rd. X. 

Martha, an advanced seamstress, 
hopes to attend Framingham State 
College. Quiet and sincere, she works 
part time at Star Market. 

Honors 10, 11; Student Activity 10; 
Re/lector Rep. 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Pep Club 1 1 




MARY T. CIPULLO 
56 Madison St. E. 

After graduation, Teri would like to 
attend secretarial school. Reading, 
swimming, and horseback riding oc- 
cupy most of her time. 

Stardust: F.B.LA. 11. 12 



GERARD M. CIRIGLIANO 
14 Ridgewood Ter. S. 

A member of his C.Y.O., "Jug" is 
presently employed at Zayre. He plans 
to attend college or enter the service. 

Intramurals 10; Football 10 




MARJORIE A. CLAIN 
30 Vanness Rd. N. 

Boys witli long hair intrigue Margie. 
She works part time at the Fireplace 
Restaurant in Quincy . . . plans to be- 
come a model at a modeling school 
in Boston. 





BEATRICE R. CLANCY 
209 Idlewell Blvd. \Y. 

Becoming an airline stewardess after 
graduating from Massasoit is in Bea's 
future. She works part time at Star 
Market and enjoys attending football, 
basketball and hockey games. 

Honors 11 




MARGARET CLAPP 
316 North St. N. 

A future airline stewardess. Peggie 
plans to attend Massasoit. She enjoys 
football and basketball games . . . 
can be found working at Curtis Farms. 

Ski Club 11; Mr. DiSessa's Sec't. 12; 
Student Council 10, 11 



DONNA J. CLARK. 
46 Highland PI. S. 

Donna, who enjoys meeting people, 
likes waterskiing, camping, cooking, 
and sewing. She works pan-time at 
Howard Johnson's and plans to at- 
tend college after graduation. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Gymnastics 11 




KEVIN G. CLARK 
61 Gale Rd. E. 

Kevin is planning a future in business 
administration. Surfing and listening 
to music are tops with him! 

Intramurals 10; Chess Club 11, 12; 
Monitor 10; Pep Club 12; A.Y. 11. 12 





SUSAN E. CLARK 
175 Essex St. \Y. 

Lively Sue will be a success as an 
elementary school teacher. When not 
working at Grants as a cashier, she 
likes to sew and cook. 

Honors 10; French Club 10; F.T.A. 12 




AXX CLIFFORD 
55 Neck St. N. 

After graduation, Ann would like to 
travel before she attends the college 
of her choice. 

Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12 



MILDRED M. COB URN 
26 Whipple St. S. 

Mindy spends much of her time bowl- 
ing and playing tennis. She hopes to 
attend Mansfield Beauty Academy to 
become a beautician. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Gymnastics 10 




CHRISTINE M. COHAN 
18 Summer Rd. E. 

Traveling, studying Yoga and cooking 
are tops with Chris. She anticipates a 
future as a foreign language inter- 
preter. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Russian Club 10; 
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 
10; Mardi Gras 10, 11 





JOHN A. COLASANTI 
21 Veronica Lane E. 

Cul can always be found haying a 
good time . . . parties, football games 
or bowling. He may attend college 
after graduation. 

Monitor 10; Intramurals 10 




JUDITH A. COLASANTI 
40 East St. E. 

Going to parties, listening to soul mu- 
sic and being with her friends take up 
much of Judy's spare time. She plans 
to become a yeteranarian's assistant 
after graduation. 



ROBERT A. COLASANTI 
43 Anna Rd. N. 

Athletic Bob enjoys hunting, fishing 
and skiing. He plans a career in the 
Air Force after graduation. 

Honors 10, 11; Football 10. 11; 
Spring Track 11 




JOYCE J. COLE 
11 Blackstone Rd. N. 

A future pediatric nurse, Joyce belongs 
to the thirty-fifth Regimental Color 
Guard . . . actiye in her church youth 
group. 





KEVIN J. COLE 
800 Main St. S. 

Kevin is active in his C.Y.O. Liked 
by all, he will achieve success at the 
University of Mass. 

Student Council 11; Key Club 12; 
Mardi Gras 11; Chess Club 12; Span- 
ish Club 11 




PAULA J. COLLETT 
40 Thompson Rd. N. 

Paula, a future secretary, enjoys danc- 
ing at the Surf . . . loves to taik. 



PETER A. COLETTI 
52 Sea St. N. 

Most of ""Keater*s" time is spent work- 
ing on his car. He plans to enter the 
field of sheet metal. 




SUSAN COLLIGAN 
32 Bicknell Rd. N. 

Swimming, reading, and working at 
Sear's occupy most of Sue's time. A 
good student, she will make a fine 
French teacher. 

High Honors 10, 11; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; Russian Club 10; Re- 
flector 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Stardust; 
Tutoring 11. 12 





BARBARA A. COLLINS 
59 Narragansett N. 

Quiet, Barbie enjoys attending football 
games on Saturdays. She works pari 
time at the telephone company and is 
a member of the 35th Regimental Drill 
Team. College is in her future. 

Honors 10. 11 




STEPHEN W. COLLINS 
33 Dana Rd. W. 

Steve, a real non-conformist, belongs 
to a rock and roll band. His future 
plans include college. 



WILLIAM L. CONCANNON 
11 Sandra Lane W. 

Bill, full of school citizenship, is in- 
volved in many areas — both in and 
out of school. He devotes much of his 
time to work with the handicapped. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Boy's 
State 1969; Boy's Nation 1969; WHS- 
TV 12; Jr. Usher; N.O.W. Co-Editor 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Chairman 11, 
12; Class Plays 10, 11, 12; Talent 
Show 10, 11, 12; Campus 11, 12 




| AMES COXLEV 
P. 0. Box 9 
East Kingston, N.H. 

Jimmy, who couldn't move from Wey 
mouth High, has returned from New 
Hampshire to finish his senior year 
A member of C.Y.O., he is also inter 
ested in all sports ... a sure success 

Honors 11 





ROSEMARY C. CONLON 
321 Commercial St. \Y. 

Rosemary, who plans to attend college 
and then raise a family, enjoys being 
with her friends when not working. 
One of her interests in scuba-diving. 

Library Assistant 12; Stardust 12; Po- 
litical Affairs Club 12; Pep Club 11 




JANET A. CONNOLLY 
89 Oak St. S. 

C.Y.O., horseback riding, waterskiing, 
and working take up much of Janet's 
time. She plans to become a home 
economics teacher or work in the field 
of dietetics. 

Pep Club 11 



PATRICIA C. CONRAD 
17 Danbury Rd. S. 

In addition to ballet, lively Patti en- 
joys skiing, swimming, skating, and 
playing tennis. She is planning to 
attend college and major in foreign 
languages. 

Russian Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
Riding Club 11, 12; French Club 12; 
Ski Club 11. 12; Campus 12; Honors 
11 




JAMES H. CONROY 
24 Bartlett St. N. 



Jim is a part-time worker after school. 
All sports and girls interest him very 
much. 





PAUL K. COOK 
615 Pleasant St. S. 

"Cooka," red-haired and freckled, 
plans to attend college after gradua- 
tion. Surfing and sky diving are 
among his outside interests. 

Intramurals 10 




SALLY L. COOLE 
89 Circuit Rd. E. 

Sally, vice-president of her church fel- 
lowship, teaches Sunday school and 
plays basketball for her church team. 
Warm and sincere, she will make a 
fine kindergarten teacher. 

French Club 10, 11, 12; Russian Club 
10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Cam- 
pus Sales Staff 11; High Honors 10, 
11; National Honor Societv 11, 12 



JEAN M. CORBO 
163 Lake St. E. 

Besides participating in school activi- 
ties, Jeannie also finds time to play 
the piano and take trips to Florida! 
Her outgoing personality will insure 
her much success. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; N.O. W. 
12; National Honor Society 11, 12; 
French Club 10, 11, 12; Monitor 10, 
11; Student Council 12; Campus 11; 
Editor 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12: 
Stardust 




NANCY A. CORKREN 
239 Lake St. E. 

Corky, captain of the 35th Regimentals 
Drill Team, enjoys drawing and sew- 
ing. She hopes to become a fashion 
designer in the near future. 

Dramatic Club 10; Campus Sales Staff 
11; F.H.A. 12; Campus Art Staff 12 





ROBERT M. COTTER 
89 Mill St. W. 

Bob. who can often be seen riding hi: 
motorcycle, enjoys all sports especialh 
bowling. College lies in his future. 

Gymnastics 11, 12 




DONALD E. COULSEY 
19 Edith Rd. E. 

Cars and traveling are Don's main 
interests. He hopes to attend college 
and teach social studies. 

Band 10, 11; Ski Club 11; N.O.W. 12 



SANDRA M. COURTNEY 
123 Clinton Rd. E. 

Sandra, who looks forward to her 
weekends, is interested in scuba-diving. 
She plans to attend college after gradu- 
ation. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Whitmore's and 
Mr. O 'Byrne's Typist 12; N.O.W. 
Sect. 12; Monitor 10; Shorthand Tutor 
12 




JANE M. COVENEY 
10 Carver St. E. 

Jane enjoys horseback riding, Simon 
and Garfunkel, and Rod McKuen. 
After graduation she hopes to attend 
Grahm Junior College. 

Riding Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11; 
Political Affairs Club 12; Miss Finn's 
Secretary 12 





NANCY E. COVENEY 
533 Randolph St. E. 

Skating, drag racing, and motorcycles 
interest Nancy. Sewing and sketching 
occupy much of her time. Nancy hopes 
to attend a junior college and to travel 
in the future. 




JANIS COYLE 
23 Lafayette Ave. E. 

A member of her C.Y.O., Jan enjovs 
swimming, reading, dancing, and ski- 
ing. She hopes to attend Boston State 
College. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Campus Rep. 11: 
Sales Editor 12; Stardust 12; Chorus 
10. 11; NO. W. 12 



JAMES M. COYNE 
500 Pond St. S. 

Jim enjoys all types of sports, especial- 
ly horseback riding and skiing. Now 
employed at Stetson Shoe, he hopes to 
attend U. Mass. 

Chess Club 10; Intramurals 10; 
Honors 10 




KEVIN R. COYNE 
93 Clinton Rd. E. 

Kevin, chairman of the J.M.SA'.C. 
Blind Program, fills his spare time 
painting and working at Sheridans. 
His future plans include college and 
a medical career. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12;7V r .ftir. 12; Theater 
Arts 10, 12; Re/lector 11, 12; Honors 
10; Senior Nominating Committee 12; 
Intramurals 10 





MICHAEL D. CREHAN 
215 Lake St. E. 

"Daug" plans to enter college and 
become a gym teacher: meanwhile, he 
spends his time following the life of 
Joe Namath and managing the money 
of the Immaculate C.Y.O. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 
12; A.V. 10; Weightlifting 10, 11; Key 
Club 11, 12; N.O.W. 12; Intramurals 
10 




JOHN R. CROOKS 
422 Summer St. \Y. 

Jack spends much of his time working 
at Capitol Market and tinkering with 
cars. As a member of our Pep Club, 
Jack especially enjoys football. 

Pep Club 12; Intramurals 10 



JANE M. CROW LEY 
26 Mtg. House Ln. W. 

Jaynie. who enjoys having a good 
time, spends most of the winter months 
skiing, sewing, playing the guitar. 

Girls Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 
11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Talent 
Show 11; Theatre Arts 11; Riding 
Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 




LESLIE G. CROZIER 
19 Spring St. W. 

A future Peace Corps volunteer, Les 
would first like to attend college. She 
likes all kinds of sports, especially 
basketball and volleyball. When she 
isn't working at Grants, she enjoys 
sewing, reading, and cooking. 

Ski Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12 





LYNN C. CUGINI 
210 Randolph St. S. 

W orking. Rainbow and DeMolaytake 
up most of Lynn's time; she has time 
for sewing and swimming, too. After 
she graduates, she intends to be a 
hairdresser. 




THOMAS E. CL'LLEN 
574 Broad St. E. 

Tom is an avid racing fan. After 
school gets out. he would like to enter 



Merits Awards 11 



KEVIN F. CUMMINGS 
137 Summer St. W. 

California is where Cum will be when 
school gets out. For now the Bruins' 
games and working at Capital keep 
him busy. The right to do anything he 
wants makes him an individual. 



MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM 
33 Manatee Rd. E, 

Stamp collecting and playing golf in- 
terest Mike. His ability to influence 
others will assure him success in the 
field of law. 

Theater Arts 10; Student Activity 10; 
Chess Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; 
Intramurals 10 





DIANE T. CURRAN 
343 W est St. W. 

Di. an avid bowler, also enjovs horse- 
back riding, listening to records and 
swimming. She plans to attend a jun- 
ior college after graduation. 




JEFFREY A. CURTIS 
425 Pine St. S. 

Jeff, who plans to enter the Marines 
after graduation, spends his spare time 
working on his car. Tennis and bas- 
ketball also interest him. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12; N.O.W. 12; 
Kev Club 12 



JUDITH A. CYRUS 
67 Lambert Ave. E. 

Petite Judy enjoys water skiing and 
swimming. She plans to be a secre- 
tary after graduation. 




MARY A. DACEY 
103 Seminole Ave. W. 

Most outdoor activities interest R'ann, 
who hates to be indoors. She would 
like to attend Quincy Vocational 
School for Dental Technicians after 
graduation. 




JOANNE M. D'ALCOMO 
91 Essex St. VV. 

Joanne, a future journalist or teacher, 
can be often found at the Jewler's Eye 
Coffeehouse. She takes an avid interest 
in school activities and enjoys listening 
to folk and rock music. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; WHS- 
TV 11, 12; Theatre Arts 10, 11, 12; 
Stardust; National Honor Society 11, 
12; Reflector 1 1; Editor 12 




MILDRED E. DALEY 
71 Richmond St. W. 

Diligent Millie would like to become 
a teacher. When she isn't working at 
Crants, she keeps herself busy by sew- 
ing and playing piano. 

Soph. Play; Spanish Club 10, 11; 
Theatre Arts 11; F.T.A. 11. 12; Star- 
dust; French Club 10, 11; Band 10, 11; 
Russian Club 10; Honors 10, 11; Na- 
tional Honor Societv 11. 12 



KATHLEEN M. DALY 
60 Wilson Ave. W. 
Kathy, a good student, would like to 
attend Boston City Hospital School of 
Nursing. She relaxes by reading or 
sewing. 

Latin Club 10; French Club 10; Sr. 
Nom. Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 




KATHLEEN T. DANAHY 
24 Reilly Ave. E. 

Kathy, a member of her C.Y.O., finds 
enjoyment in rock collecting. Culinary 
arts is one of her specialties. 

Russian Club 10; F.H.A. 12; Stardust; 
Mardi Gras 11 





VINCENT D 'ANDREA 
17 Upland Rd. \Y. 

Vinnie, a real car buff, enjoys tennis, 
basketball, and girls. He hopes to 
attend college to become an engineer. 

Riding Club 12 




EDW ARD J. DAVENPORT 
100 Fuller Rd. N. 

"Dappa," an asset to W.H.S. basket- 
ball team, hopes to attend Providence 
College. Intelligent and amusing, he 
will certainly go far. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12: Track 10: 
Honors 10, 11 



RONALD A. DAVID 
629 Commercial St. E. 

Ron enjoys playing basketball and 
working on old cars. He plans to 
travel around the country at his leisure 
after graduation. 




DENNIS A. DAVIDSON 
33 Humphrey St. E. 

Dennis anticipates entering the busi- 
ness world. He is preparing for it 
now by being the only senior boy who 
takes shorthand. He enjoys most 
sports, especially bowling. 



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PATRICIA B. DAVIS 
93 Constituiion Ave. S. 

Patti, who is active in C.Y.O., also be- 
longs to the St. Francis Drum & Bugle 
Corps. She enjoys water skiing and 
swimming and hopes to attend Fitch- 
burg State to major in English. 

Lab Assistant 10; Spanish Club 10, 1 1; 
F.T.A. 12; Mardi Gras 10; Spanish 
Tutor 12 




ALLEN P. DEACON 
24 Belmont St. W. 

Al, an avid sports fan, works part- 
time after school. A good worker, he 
hopes to attend college. 

Intramurals; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 10 



JOHN F. DeCOSTE 
35 Nelson Rd. S. 

Jack, who enjoys playing tennis, writes 
W.H.S. sports forthe Weymouth News. 
He plans to attend college and major 
in business administration or industrial 
management. 

Intramurals 10; Spanish Club 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 




BARBARA E. DeCOURCY 
1039 Washington St. E. 

CHiiet and sincere. Barb plans to be- 
come an elementary school teacher. 
Working at Sweaterville and baby- 
sitting occupy most of her spare time. 

Russian Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; French 
Club 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; 
High Honors 10. 11 





DEBORAH A. DELANEY 
15 Fairway St. W. 

Sewing and swimming are two of 
Debbe's interests. She works at the 
South Shore Hospital, and plans to 
attend college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 
10, 11; Russian Club 10; Language 
Lab Aid 10 




DENNIS M. DELEHANTY 
65 Newbert Ave. S. 

Dennis, full of wit and humor, always 
enjoys a good laugh. As a language 
lab aide and Russian tutor, he will 
certainly go far in the field of 
languages. 

Honors 10, 11; Intramurals 10; Lang. 
Lab Aid 11, 12; Key Club 12; Rus- 
sian Tutor 12; Reflector 12; Chess 
Club 11, 12; Tennis 12 



PAUL R. DELLA YALLE 
67 L'nion St. S. 

Paul would like to attend either Syra- 
cuse or L 7 . Mass. after graduation. 
He enjoys golf and plays hockey with 
the Weymouth Junior Bruins. 

Kev Club 12 




ELIZABETH E. DELOREY 
65 May Terr. S. 

Beth, famous for her bird calls, spends 
much of her time working at Friendly 's, 
playing tennis, swimming, and ski- 
ing. She plans to attend college and 
become a physical therapist or an 
English major. 

Pep Club Yice Pres. 11, Pres. 12; Ski 
Club 12; Stardust; Student Activity 10; 
Talent Show 10 





MICHELLE DELOREY 
32 Holmes Ave. N. 

Michelle, who plays the guitar and 
piano, enjoys all types of music. As 
an active member of the Coffee House 
and volunteer at Quincy City Hospi- 
tal, she is very busy. Her future lies 
in the field of dress designing. 

Glee Club 10, 11, 12; District Festival 
11; All-State 11; Chorale 11, 12: Sr. 
Secretary 12 




KATHLEEN M. DEMPSEY 
14 Lyme St. E. 

Friendly Kathy. an excellent gymnast, 
likes all sports, especially skiing and 
swimming. Her likeable nature will 
ensure her much success in college and 
in the future. 

Cheerleading 11, 12; Gvmnastics 10, 
11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
10; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Secre- 
tary 12; Class Secretary 10; Stardust 



PAUL W. DEMPSEY 
27 Cherry Lane S. 

Football and baseball are tops with 
athletic Paul. "Dump," who likes to 
swim, plans to major in history or 
math in college. He is a member of 
C.Y.O. and enjoys all types of food. 

Football 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11, 
12: Honors 11 




PETER M. DEMPSEY 
21 House Rock Rd. W. 

Peter's outside interests include C.Y.O. 
and painting. Now employed at Curtis 
Farms, he plans to attend college in 
the future. 

Spanish Club 




MARIA C. DENTINO 
53 Huntington Ave. S. 

To attend Framingham State College 
and to become a dietician lie in Maria's 
future. She works as a waitress at 
Filene's and enjoys sewing and 
cooking. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12; 
French Club 11; Campus 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; Nat. Honor Society 11, 12 




BERNARD F. DEREE 
44 Park Ave. S. 

After serving in the Navy, Barney 
would like to enter the lumber indus- 
try. Working two jobs and racing his 
car keep him very busy. 

Honors 10; Merit Awards 10 



COLLEEN A. DeSILETS 
14 Common St. \Y. 

Colly, who enjoys riding her horse, 
also likes to play her guitar. When 
not working at Capital supermarket, 
she can be found talking on the phone. 

Honors 11 




CAROL A. DESMOND 
26 James Rd. E. 

Carol Ann plans to become a secretary 
after graduation. She enjoys reading 
and listening to music. 

F.B.L.A.; Mr. McCarthy's Sect. 





CHERYL A. DESMOND 
65 Apple Tree Ln. W. 

Cheri's outside interests include play- 
ing tennis and marching in a drum 
and bugle corps. Always talking on 
the telephone, Cheri has a desire to 
become a key punch operator or a 
secretary. 

Reflector Homeroom Rep. 11; Majo- 
rettes 11; Intramurals 10 




DAVID M. DESMOND 
42 Holly Hill Cr. S. 

David enjoys all sports, especially 
football and wresding. Now employed 
at Gem, he plans to attend college or 
enter the service after graduation. 

Wrestling 10 



DENNIS M. DESMOND 
26 James Rd. S. 

A good student, "Leo" hopes to attend 
the University of Massachusetts after 
graduation. 

Cross Country 10; Spanish Club 11; 
Key Club 12; Pep Club 12; Honors 
10, 11; Cap and Gown Committee 12 




SHEILA M. DESMOND 
8 IB Memorial Dr. E. 

A good worker. Sheila is employed 
at Grants. After graduation, she would 
like to enter die business field. 




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BARBARA J. DEWEY 
36 Squanto Rd. X. 

Bobbie would like to become a book- 
keeper after graduation. Cashiering 
at Turnstyle, sewing, and cooking keep 
her very busy. 

Mr. Harding's Secretary 




AX IONIA M. DEWHURST 
26 Oak Ridge CL W. 

Toni, an English girl, enjoys horse- 
back riding, swimming and reading. 
After graduation, she desires to return 
to England to do secretarial work. 

EB.L.A. 12; Riding Club 12; Gym- 
nastic Team 10 



DEBORAH L. DICKERMAX 
7 Lake Crest Pth. E. 

Debbie, who would like to attend secre- 
tarial school, works part-time at an 
accounting office. When she isn't work- 
ing, she enjoys riding her horse. 

Honors 11; Ass't. Principal's Office 
Worker 10; Pep Club 11; Senior Nom. 
Comm.; Stardust; Mrs. Kalaijian'sSec. 
12; Shorthand Speed Cert. 60, 70, 80; 
Cap and Gown Committee 




WARREN 11 DICKERMAN 
6 IB Memorial Dr. E. 

Warren, a real individualist, would 
like to become a heavy equipment 
operator after graduation. Outside of 
school, he keeps himself busy by build- 
ing and driving stock cars. 





DIAXE DiCRISTOEARO 
85 Front St. W. 

An avid surfer and water skier, "Di" 
plans to attend a junior college after 
graduation. 

Riding Club 12; Office Worker 10 




PATRICIA F. DiGRAVIO 
829 Commercial St. W. 

Pat spends her spare time working at 
Liberty Bakery. She plans to go to 
cake decorating school and to travel 
during the summer. 



ANDREA M. DILLON 
161 Cornish St. E. 

In her spare time. Andy works at 
Consumer Value. After traveling cross 
country this summer, she plans to at- 
tend college in the fall. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 
12 




fOHN R. DiLOREXZO 
26 Erin Way S. 

John hopes to attend chef school after 
graduation. Cooking at Mrs. De's 
Dairy is one of his activities. 

Intramurals 10; Kev Club 12 





CHARLES F. DIOX 
64 Progress St. W. 

An avid sports fan. Chuck can be seen 
cheering our teams on to victory. He 
enjoys watching the Bruins and hopes 
to attend Merrimack College. 

Intramurals 10; Key Club 11; Secre- 
tary 12; Pep Club 12; Senior Prom 
Comm. 12 




KATHRYX M. DIOX 
88 Webb St. W. 

Kathy is a dietary aide at the South 
Shore Hospital. She enjoys winter 
sports, especially skiing, and hopes 
to attend college. 

French Club 11, 12; Political Affair 11, 
12; Campus 12; Ski Club 12 



ADRIEXXE M. DiTULLIO 
54 Front St. W. 

Ade. a future commercial artist, w ould 
like to attend Mass. College of Art. 
Skiing and marching in the Braintree 
Drum and Bugle Corps keep her busy, 
busy. 

Spanish Club 10; Political Affairs 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12 




JAMES F. DOHERTY 
522 E. Main St. 

"Dots" can often be found working on 
old cars. After traveling around the 
world, he would like to specialize in 
auto body work. 





PHILIP P. D'OLIMPIO 
32 Tamarack Tr. S. 

In his spare time, Phil enjoys working 
on cars. After graduation he hopes 
to attend East Coast Aero. Tec. 




JOHN F. DOXAHOE 
58 Chas. Diersch E. 

A happy person, "Dunohee" enjoys 
hockey, football, and skiing. He plans 
to attend college after graduation. 

Football 10: Wrestling 10; D.E.C.A. 
12; WHS-TV 12 



DOXXA C. DOXALD 
1125 Commercial St. E. 

A participator in all sports. Donna 
also enjoys candy striping and read- 
ing. She plans to attend Catherine 
Laborea School of Xursing. 

Monitor 10; Spanish Club 10; Riding 
Club; A.V. 11; Lib. Ass't. 10 




THOMAS F. DOXELAX 
101 Commercial St. W. 

Tom enjoys skiing and golfing. He 
plans to attend college after gradu- 





DEBRA A. DOXXELLAX 
229 Middle St. E. 

After graduation, Debbie hopes to at- 
tend college. 




RICHARD DOXOHUE 
898 Commercial St. E. 



Richard, a sports enthusiast, plans to 
attend college upon graduating. 



Band 10. 11 



JAXE M. DOXOVAX 
46 Putnam St. E. 



Driving and sports are among Jane's 
interests. Her future plans are to be a 
nurse. She enjoys just being herself. 

Russian Club 10; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Pep 
Club 11; Future Nurse's Club 11, 12 




JOHX V. DONOVAN 
5 Glen Rd. E. 

When not working, Jack enjoys driv- 
ing and sports. He plans to further 
his education by attending college. 

Hockey 10 




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CHARLES DORMAN 
21 Pilgrim Rd. X. 

"Hoss" especially enjoys football and 
hockey. He plans to attend college 
after graduation. 




CAROL E. DOWD 
166 Broad St. \V. 

Carol, a future hairdresser, spends 
much of her time sewing. Coing to the 
beach, playing the guitar, and practic- 
ing gymnastics are a few of her many 
interests. 

Majorette 12; Riding Club 12; Pep 
Club 12 



JUDITH A. DOWLING 
74 Rindge St. W. 

After graduation, Judi plans to at- 
tend a secretarial school. A real sports 
enthusiast, she devotes her winters 
to skiing and her summers to swim- 
ming. 

Gymnastics 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 

ski club n 




JOHN C. DOWNES 
81 Charles Diersch E. 

Collegebound "Jack" enjoys playing 
all sports. He especially likes playing 
basketball for St. Albert's C.Y.O. 

Spanish Club 10, 12; Treas. 11; Lang- 
uage Lab Aid 10, 11; Reflector 10, 11, 
12; Audio Visual 10, 11, 12; W.H.S.- 
T.V. 11, 12; Intramurals 10 





NANCY F. DOWNES 
289 Forest St. S. 

Working as a cashier at Curtis Farms 
takes up most of "Nanc's" time. She 
would like to becomean IRMOperator. 

Intramurals 10 




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FRANCIS J. DOYLE 3RD 
55 Creat Republic St. S. 

"Frank," quiet and studious, has the 
hope of becoming an engineer. 



SANDRA L. DOYLE 
1105 Washington St. E. 

"Sandy," who is a talented seamstress, 
would like to go into nursing after 
graduation. Active in her church fel- 
lowship, she also enjoys swimming, 
tennis, dancing, and her job at Natick 
Mills. 

Mardi Gras 11; Theatre Arts 11. 12; 
One Act Plays 11; Stardust; Reflector, 
H. R. Rep. 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 




TERESA A. DOYLE 
84 Elmer Rd. S. 

Always smiling, Terri can be found 
working at Stop and Shop. Her varied 
interests include fencing, skiing, water 
skiing, and playing the saxophone. 
A diligent student, Terri will have sure 
success in college. 

Theatre Arts Club 11, 12; Campus 11; 
N.O.W. 12; Stardust; Ski Club 12; 
Honors 11; Night of One Act Plays 11 





PHILIP A. DROUIN 
198 Pierce Rd. W. 

Conservative "Phil" is a member of 
DeMolay. He plans to attend college 
and major in government. 

Drama Club 10; Intramurals 10 




STEVEN R. DUCHARME 
1719 Commercial St. E. 

A non-conformist, Steven would like 
to become an analytical chemist. When 
Steve is not working on his stamp 
collection or his short wave radio, he 
devotes his spare time to a retarded 
child. 

Honors 10; Reflector 10, 11, 12; Chess 
Club 10; Library Assistant 10; Star- 
dust; Intramurals 10 



HUGH J. DUFFY 
27 Academy Ave. E. 

Football and listening to James Brown 
occupy much of "Hughie's" time. Now 
working at First National, he plans 
to enter the service after graduation. 

Kev Club 12 




MARK DUFFY 
14 Hawthorne St. E. 

Comical Mark spends his time work- 
ing at Star Market and playing sports. 
He hopes, after graduation, to attend 
college and join the Peace Corps. 

Honors 10, 11; Language Lab Aid 10; 
Intramurals 10; Junior Usher 11; Stu- 
dent Council Alternate 10; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12 





BRUCE G. DUNN 
37 Belmont St. N. 

Bruce has hopes of entering the 
R.O.T.C. program at Rochester In- 
stitute of Technology. He especially 
enjoys bowling, waterskiing, and play- 
ing the guitar. 




COLLEEN C. DUNN 
37 Belmont St. N. 

Energetic "Candy" likes all sports es- 
pecially bike riding, skiing, swimming, 
tennis, and yoga. She tries to be frank 
with herself as well as with others. 
College lies in the future for Candy, 
who can speak French fluently. 

French Club 10, 11, 12; Italian Club 
10, 11; Ski Club 12; Dramatics 10, 1 1, 
12; Honor Club 10; Tennis 10; Riding 
Club 10; N.O.W. 12 



JAMES J. DURAN 
15 Common St. W. 

Sports minded Jim works for New 
England Stock Control and the M.D.C. 

Intramurals 10; Track 10; Chess Club 
11 




GLENN J. DURANT 
27 Bradley Rd. N. 

Glenn, who likes sports in all seasons, 
plans to enter the field of computers 
after graduation. Working at Mam- 
moth Mart keeps Glenn very busy. 

Pep Club 12; Key Club 12 





JANET D. DURGIN 
20 Merrymount Rd. S. 

Jan, who enjoys horseback riding and 
boating, hopes to become an elementa- 
ry school teacher. She has strong 
ideals and prefers to make her own 
decisions. 

F.T.A. 12; Riding Club 12;N.(). W. 12; 
Stardust; Campus 12; Honors 10, 11 




LINDA DUSSAULT 
25 Andrew Rd. S. 

Cheerful Linda participates in all dra- 
matic activities. To attend college and 
become an English teacher are her 
future goals. 

High Honors 10, 11; Theater Arts 10, 
11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Stardust; Na- 
tional Honor Societv 11, 12; Campus 
12 



KEVIN D. DWYER 
1462 Main St. S. 

Sports-minded Kevin is undecided con- 
cerning his future plans. "The kid" 
operates the football scoreboard on 
Saturday. 

Junior Yarsitv Baseball; Intramurals 
10, 11 




MICHAEL DW YER 
18 Bradley Rd. N. 

"Stich" has a great time in life by 
being himself, playing football and 
baseball, and associating with the fe- 
male species. Mike hopes to becc 
a master 



builder in the future. 




NANCY B. DYER 
31 Lambert Ave. E. 

Smiling 'Wane" loves skating, ski- 
ing, football, bowling, sewing and 
photography. Her ambition is to be- 
come an I.B.M. Operator. 

Monitor 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12; Shorthand 
Certificate; Mr. Mulkern's Secretary 
12 




MARY H. EARLE 
438 Pond St. S. 

Mary's future lies in the secretarial 
field. Interested in all sports, Mary 
simply enjoys being with people. 



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JEANNE M. EBERT 
401 Broad St. W. 

Jeanne would like to become an air- 
line stewardess. Collecting glass ani- 
mals and playing the piano are her 
main hobbies. 

Pep Club 11; Secretary 12 




DAYLE S. EBURN 
57 King Philip S. 

Dayle works at the Curtis Farms office 
and enjoys just being herself. Her 
main goal in life is to be an executive 
secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Band 10, 11; Mr. W ar- 
ren's Secretary 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Shorthand Certificate 11. 





MICHAEL EDMONDS 
364 North St. N. 

Mike, intelligent and involved, hopes 
to major in philosophy at Brandeis 
University. An avid reader, hedevotes 
a great deal of time to community 
affairs. 

Honors 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11. 12; 
W.H.S.-T.Y. Script-Writer 11, 12; 
Wresding 10; Reflector 11; Asst. Ed. 
12: Math Lab Asst. 11 




MARCH A. EDMONDSON 
42 Patridge Rd. S. 

Alter graduation, Marcia plans to pur- 
sue a career in sewing. Active in her 
C.Y.O., "Little-one" enjoys bowling, 
dancing and knitting. 



EDWARD W. EDWARDS 
27 Greenwood Ave. E. 



A future cabinet maker, "Eddy" can 
be found working at Bob's Drive-In. 




ELIZABETH F. EGAN 
30 Karren Rd. W. 

Betty has high hopes of entering into 
the merchandising and retailing in- 
dustrv. She is also a member of the 
C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 11 





SALLY F. ELDRIDGE 
55 Torrey St. S. 

"Sal" keeps herself busy by working 
at Consumer Yalue Store and riding 
around in a red M.G. Her future 
lies in the field of the special educa- 
tion of retarded children. 

Student Activity 10; Reflector 11; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 
12 




THOMAS L. ENDRUSICK 
18 Scott Rd. S. 

Tom can usually be seen playing hock- 
ey or around motorcycles. His am- 
bition in life is to become a draftsman. 



JOHN" P. EXEMARK 
2 Lyme St. E. 

John, who plays the harmonica and 
bass guitar, enjoys water skiing, snow- 
skiing and traveling. John plans to 
attend college. 

Intramurals 10 




KATHERIXE L. ENGLISH 
26 Pasteur Ave. S. 

Kathie plans to attend Burden College 
to become an accountant. She enjoys 
all sports, especially horseback riding 
and swimming. 



Library Ass't. 10: Intrar 



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ROSELIXE ESPEJO 
2 Friend St. E. 

A future secretary, cheerful Rose can 
be found at all our football games. 
She admires people who don't follow 
the crowd but do as they believe. 

Mr. Diment's Secretary 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Shorthand 60, 80 ' 




WILLIAM J. EVANS 
3 Ocean Ave. X. 

Billy, an active member of C.Y.O., can 
be found horseback riding or skin 
diving. His future is undecided but he 
has hopes of attending college. 

Honor Roll 10, 11 



ROBERT M. FABRIZIO 
54 Clapp Ave. W. 

Bob, employed at Robert Hall, enjoys 
w orking with motorcycles. As of now, 
his future plans are undecided. 

Band 10, 11; Intramurals 10 




SUSAX J. FABYAX 
81 Judson Rd. W. 

Sue, a friendly and outgoing person, 
enjoys all outdoor sports, especially 
skiing. An excellent language student, 
she will be a sure success in college. 

French Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 
12; Riding Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; 
Ski Club 11. 12; High Honors 10, 11 




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KEVIX B. FAGAX 
25 Bonnie Rd. S. 

Kevin enjoys bowling, golfing, and 
tinkering with cars. He plans to be- 
come a machinist at the Boston Globe. 
At present, he works at the Aptnt 
Press. 

Open House 10, 11 




DAVID M. FARRAR 
290 W est St. W. 

Dave hopes to attend a school of 
business administration after gradua- 
tion. At present, a part-time job keeps 
him busv. 



KEVIX F. FARRELL 
37 Essex St. W. 

Kevin enjoys boating and waterskiing. 
His main ambition is to become a 
marine biologist. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 
11, 12; Intramurals 10 




ROBERT L. FASCI 
22 Pleasant St. S. 

Bob, who likes playing the guitar, 
also enjoys working w ith cars. College 
lies in his future. 

Honors 10; Intramurals 10 




LAWRENCE FELL 
62 Hinston Rd. E. 

Likeable Larry, who is interested in 
all sports, can be found working at 
W elcome Farms in his spare time. 
Fie is not certain whether to attend 
college or to enter the service. 

Intramurals 10; Honors 10; Senior 
Prom Committee 




SUSAN A. FERGUSON 
72 Norton St. N. 

Resides playing the drums and piano, 
Fergie also bowls, sews, cooks, and 
paints. After graduation, she plans to 
continue working as a dental assistant 
for a local dentist. 



CHARLES 1). FERNALD 
4H Birchcliff Rd. E. 

Water skiing, boating, and snow ski- 
ing are among Charlie's outside ac- 
tivities. College lies in his future plans. 




DIANE FERRISI 
19 Tararack Tr. S. 

Diane, who now works at Penniman 
Hill Farm, would like to become a 
secretary or receptionist. A talented 
seamstress, she also enjoys listening 
to Tom Jones and Rlood, Sweat, and 
Tears. 

Mrs. Moss's Sect.; Mr. Sanger's Sect. 
Shorthand Cert. 60; F.B.L.A. 





FLORENCE I.. FERRY 
33 Richmond St. VV. 



Working 
■ng, 



istyle, horseback rid- 
skiing, and listening to W. B.C.N, 
take up most of Flo's spare time. After 
graduation, she hopes to become an 
airline stewardess or a computer 
programmer. 




ROBERT FILLINGIM 
149 Green St. N. 

"Owen," who would like to be a mech- 
anic, can always be found building 
cars or motorcycles. One of his main 
interests is racing. 

Merit Award 10; Career Essay Con- 
test 11 



GERALDINE M. FINN 
44 Cummings Ave. S. 

F'riendly "Gigi" spends her spare time 
working at Stop and Shop and sewing. 
She hopes to attend college or become 
an airline stewardess. 

Riding Club 11 




MAUREEN C. FINNEGAN 
40 Adorn St. W. 

"Moe" plans to enter fashion buying 
or interior decorating after graduation. 
She presendy works at the Mad Plaid 
Shop and enjoys dancing, meeting peo- 
ple, and speaking German. By just 
being herself, she will surely be a 



Teacher's Secretary 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Honor Society 12; Honor Roll 10, 
11 





JOAN E. FISTORI 
72 Circuit Rd. S. 

Attractive Joan Ellen, who now works 
at Jordan Marsh, hopes to enter the 
world of fashion. Visiting art mu- 
seums and collecting prints are among 
her many interests. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; FrenchClublO, 
11, 12; Mardi Gras 10, 11; Stardust; 
Campus 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Reflec- 
tor Rep. 10; Russian Club 10; Drama 
Club 10 




MARJORIE FITZGERALD 
120 Gas Light Dr. S. 

After graduation, Margie plans to 
travel. She can always be found work- 
ing on or riding motorcycles. 



DIAXE M. FITZPATRICK 
455 Essex St. W. 

A good student, Diane hopes to enter 
a career in nursing. She enjoys skiing, 
horseback riding, and ice skating. 
Diane, being a fine seamstress, makes 
many of her own clothes. 

Ski Club 12; Future Nurses 11, 12 

French Club 10. 11, 12; Campus 12 

J.M.S.V.C. 12; High Honors 10 
Honors 11 



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DEBORAH A. FLORA 
40 Rindge St. E. 

Debbie, active in her C.Y.O., enjoys 
water skiing and sewing. She plans 
to become an airline stewardess or 
a kindergarten teacher. 

Ski Club 11; Theater Arts Club 11; 
Chess Club 11; F.N. A. 11; Stardust; 
Campus 12; F.T.A. 12; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Spanish Club 10 



DONALD J. FITZPATRICK 
22 Alachua Rd. E. 

Donald's future plans are undecided. 




RICHARD J. FLYNX 
92 Patricia Lane S. 

Dick spends lots of time working with 
his two way radio. After graduation, 
he plans to further his education in 
the printing trade or join the army. 

Open House 10 



NANCY L. FOGG 
210 Union St. S. 

Nancy plans to further her studies in 
the fields of mathematics and science 
after which she hopes to enter the 
Space Program. She enjoys astrono- 
my, astrology, and sewing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
French Club 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 
11; Campus 11, 12; Stardust 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 




EILEEN M. FOLEY 
49 Durant Rd. S. 

Cooking, bike riding and playing bas- 
ketball are among Eileen's many in- 
terests. She is uncertain whether to 
become a draftsman or join the 
military. 

J.M.S.V.C. 12 





KATHLEEN M. FOLEY 
88 Swan Ave. S. 

Kathy spends her spare time working 
as a nurse's aide and teaching CCD. 
A considerate girl, she will make a fine 
nurse. 

Language Lab Aid 10; Reflec to r Photo- 
grapher 12 




PAMELA J. FOLEY 
163 Jaffrey St. W. 

"Hemmy" enjoys soul music. Now 
working at Boston & Taunton, she 
plans to become an airline stewardess. 

Student Council 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Re- 
flector 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



PATRICIA A. FOLEY 
163 Jeffrey St. W. 

Pat, a future bookkeeper, hopes to 
attend Bryant & Stratton Business 
School. She enjoys eating ham and 
cheese subs with pickles and mayon- 
naise while not working with her sister 
Pam. 

Fashion Show 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski 
Club 12; Reflector 12 




DARYL L. FOSTER 
35 Lone Pine Pth. \Y. 

Daryl, cute and talkative, enjoys week- 
ends, astrology, and horseback riding. 
Her future plans include teaching ele- 
mentary school and traveling. 

Russian Club 10; Spanish Club 10; 
Ski Club 12; Senior Nominating Com- 
mittee 12; French Club 12; Honors 10, 
11 



RICHARD F. FRADO 
8 Swan Ave. S. 



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in scuc 



diving, tennis, and motorcycles. He 
would like to go to the University of 
Massachusetts and later fly for a 
major airlines. 

Football 10; Weightlifting 10 




EDWARD N. FRANKLIN, JR. 
58 Sundin Rd. W. 

Ed is an active member of T.O.W.S. 
and De.Molay. A good student, he 
would like to attend .Northeastern 
University after graduation. 

Language Lab Aide 10; Band 10; 
W eight Ligting 10, 11; Math Lab 11, 
12; Political Affairs 11, 12; W HS-TV 
11, 12 



MICHELLE E. FRATTASIO 
247 East St. E. 

"Chelle" hopes to become a stewardess 
and see the world. She enjoys skiing 
and watching all other sports. 

Ski Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




CHRIS E. FRAZEE 
8 Lincoln St. N. 

Artistic and sensitive, Chris writes 
poetry and someday hopes to have a 
collection of his poems published. He 
plans to enter the Air Force, then major 
in F^nglish in college. Fainting and 
sculpturing also interest him. 





DONNA M. Ik HANKY 
29 Sargent Rd. S. 

Among fun-loving "Frean*s" many in- 
terests are skiing and mountain climb- 
ing. She hopes to travel across 
America. 




CHERYL K. FRENIERE 
233 Idlewell Blvd. \Y. 

A nature lover. "Cherry" also enjoys 
dancing and music. She hopes to at- 
tend college after graduation. 



VICK1 L. FRYER 
573 Ralph Talbot S. 

Fun-loving ""Creckle." is Worthy Ad- 
visor of her Rainbow Assembly and 
is an active member of her church 
youth group. After graduation, she 
plans to work in Boston in an insur- 
ance company. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12 




DEBRA A. FULLER 
471 Summer St. W'. 

Horseback riding, sewing, cooking, 
and reading keep Debbie busy. She 
would some day like to raise and train 
horses. 





BOYD M. FULTON, JR. 
888 Front St. S. 

Boyd's interests include working on 
cars, water skiing, and skim boarding. 
His ambitions include further school- 
ing and traveling across the L'.S.A. 




PATRICIA R. GAGE 
1036 Pleasant St. E. 

Patty, a cashier at Gem, attends Mans- 
field Beauty Academy. A good worker, 
she will be a success as a medical 
laboratory assistant. 

French Club 10, 11; Ski Club 12; 
Riding Club 12 



PATRICIA J. GAGXE 
1121 Commercial St. W. 

Pat, a member of her C.Y.O., enjoys 
traveling, sewing, and horseback rid- 
ing. After graduation she plans to 
enter the field of business. 

Riding Club 12; Ski Club 12 




KATHLEEN M. GALEWSK] 
22 Delorey Ave. N. 

Kathy, an avid football fan, enjoys 
meeting people. Her future plans are 
undecided. 

Pep Club 12; Library Ass't. 12; 
Honors 11 





JOHN J. GALLAGHER 
76 Phillips St. W. 

Cars, surfing and football interest 
John. Now working at Kelly's, his 
future plans are undecided. 




WILLIAM M. GALLAGHER 
76 Phillips St. W. 

Drag racing is one of Bill's outside 
interests. He hopes to enter the field 
of civil engineering. 



CYNTHIA S. GALUNT 
2 Lochmere Ave. N. 

Cindy, who likes traveling and meet- 
ing people, would like to become a 
home economics teacher. Her job and 
sewing take up most of her spare time. 

Future Homemakers 12 




MICHELLE L. GARBARCZUK 
71 Elva Rd. N. 

Michelle, chairman of the Conserva- 
tion Club, enjoys working with and 
teaching children at Esker Park. All 
kinds of sports, especially horseback 
riding interest her. She would like to 
attend U. Mass. to major in Conser- 
vation or Park Administration. 

Honors 10, 11; Band 10, 11; Riding 
Club 11; Conservation Club 11; Chair- 
man 12 





WILLIAM C. GARDNER 
151 Chard St. E. 

"Snake" who enjoys playing basket- 
ball can be found working at Mc- 
Donald's. He enjoys listening to 
"Blood, Sweat and Tears" and plans 
a future in the field of business ad- 
ministration. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 
12; Kev Club 11, President 12; Pep 
Club 12 




PAUL J. GAYAZA 
71 Ingrid Kd. W. 

Sports cars and scuba diving interest 
Paul. He plans to attend college after 
graduation. 



PATRICIA E. GAYTON 
155 West St. W. 

Elementary teaching lies in one future 
for Pat. She keeps herself busy either 
horseback riding or working part time 
at Mammoth Mart. 

Computer Club 11; R eflec tor Rep. 11; 
Stardust 12 




SANDRA M. GELSOMIN1 
25 Prince St. E. 

Much of Sandi's time is spe 
the beach. She enjoys swimming; 
would somedav like to surf. To s 
a good job in die business field 
goal. 



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Pep Club 11. 12; Library Ass'i 
Campus Sec. 12; Sr. Norn. Co 
N.O.W. 12 



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THOMAS GENTILE 
44 Emeline Rd. E. 

Tom enjoys all sports, especially golf. 
He is also a member of our football 
team. After graduation, he plans to 
attend college and major in engineer- 
ing. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 
11; Golf 10; Gymnastics 11, 12; Po- 
litical Affairs 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 




JAMES J. GERSTEL 
8 Casde Rd. E. 

In addition to water sports, James en- 
joys girl watching and working at his 
job. His future plans are undecided. 

A.V. 10, 11. 12; Mardi Grasll; WHS- 
TV 11. 12 



ROBERT F. GERSTEL 
15 Meredith Way W. 

After military service. Bob plans to go 
to East Coast Aero Tech. Water skiing 
and building cars interest him. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Cafeteria Man- 
agement 11, 12 




| AMES M. GIBLIX 
815 Middle St. W. 



An avid sports fan, Jim especially en- 
joys basketball and baseball. His fu- 
ture includes entering the Air Force. 



DENISE M. GIACOMOZZ1 
27 Rindge St. W. 

Denise, a member of her C.Y.O., en- 
joys boating and reading all sorts of 
books. Her main ambition is to be a 



F.N.A. 11, 12; Che 
O'Bvrne's Sec. 12 



Club 11; Mr 





MARK H. GIFFORD 
31 Charles St. E. 

Playing pool and participating in his 
C.Y.O. especially interest Howard. 
After graduating, he hopes to work 
with computers. 



JOHN A. GIFFORD 
160 Broad St. W. 

A member of a drum and bugle corps. 
Giff enjoys hunting and skiing. Col- 
lege lies in his future plans. 

Wresding 10 




ELTON B. GIVEN. Ill 
22 Sea St. X. 

Attending Wentworth School of Engi- 
neering lies in Elton's future. He can 
alwavs be found at a Bruin's game, 
camping or eating peanut butter and 
mayonnaise sandwiches. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Conservation Club 
12; W restling 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10 



RICHARD G. GILBERT 
12 Dixon Park Rd. W. 

Richard can be found on the sports 
field or the ski slope. After graduation, 
he is bound for college. 

Football 10. 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11. 
12; Ski Club 12; Key Club 12 



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RICHARD E. GOGGIX 
108 Lorraine St. E. 

Richard, who would like to attend 
college, likes all sports, especially hock - 
ev. football, skiing and golf. He is 
also active in his C.Y.O. 

Intramurals 10; Wrestling 11, 12; 
Track 10 



ROBERT E. GOGGIX 
10 Richards Rd. W. 

Bob is active in his C.Y.O. He enjoys 
all sports, particularly hockey. College 
lies ahead for Bob. 

Intramurals 11; Hockev 10. 11. 12 




NANCY M. GOOD 
623 Broad St. E. 

College bound Nance would like to 
further her education in a liberal arts 
program. A C.Y.O. member, she en- 
joys skiing and horseback riding. 

Ski Club 12; Riding Club 12; Honors 
11 





ELAINE M. GOODHUE 
20 Randolph St. S. 

Lainie, anxious to see the world, en- 
joys working part time at A & P and 
sewing. She hopes to further her edu- 
cation. 

Chorus 11 




LINDA J. GOODROW 
1174 Washington St. E. 

Working at Fitzgerald's, cake decorat- 
ing, sewing, and sailing keep Linda 
busy. She intends to further her edu- 
cation in data processing. 



PATRICIA GORHAM 
95 Neck St. N. 

A member of her C.Y.O., Pat enjoys 
dancing, surfing, and football. She 
plans to attend an art school. 

Pep Club 10, 11 




LINDA M. GRACIE 
12 Whipple St. S. 

Linda, who likes football and bowling, 
would like to work with the blind. She 
also enjoys her part-time job and 
C.Y.O. 





DEBORAH GRAHAM 
30 King Cove Rd. N. 

Friendly Debbie enjoys roller skating 
and bowling. She would like to travel 
in the future. 



JOANNE A. GRALTON 
67 Branch Rd. S. 

Horseback riding and playing the gui- 
tar are among Joanne's favorite inter- 
ests. After attending college, she would 
like to become a teacher. 

Pep Club 11: Riding Club 11. 12: 
F.T.A. 12 



RICHARD A. GRAMAZIO 
45 Madison St. W. 




BRUCE M. GRANT 
421 Broad St. W. 

"Juicie," who likes wearing his Wey- 
mouth jacket and \\ eymouth ring to 
set him apart, enjoys playing on our 
football team. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 





JANET GREENE 
678 Off Main St. S. 

Tennis, skiing, and horseback riding 
occupy much of Chic's spare time. 
She plans to further her education at 
a school for fashion design. 

Pep Club 12; French Club 12; Senior 
Prom Committee 12 




BARBARA J. GRIFFIN 
63 Overlook Rd. E. 

"Mickey" can often be found at the 
roller skating rink. She would like to 
attend Bridgewater State College to 
earn a teaching degree. 

Spanish Club 10 



LISA A. GRILLO 
64 Roberts Dr. S. 

As vice-president of her C.Y.O. and 
a member of St. Frances Drum and 
Bugle Corps, Lisa is a very busy 
girl. She loves traveling and swim- 
ming at the Cape. 

Campus Secretary 12 




DAVID D. GRISWOLD 
817 Commercial St. E. 

Playing the saxophone, sailing, and 
reading keep Dave busy. He is also 
an active member of the C.Y.O. soccer 
team. After graduation, he plans to 
study oceanography. 

Stardust 12; Tutor 10; Political Af- 
fairs 11. 12: W H S. - I V. 11. 12: Band 
10, 11, 12; .V. O H'. Production bailor; 
National Honor Society; Mardi Gras 
11; Honors 10, 11 





PETER R. GRISWOLD 
817 Commercial St. E. 

"Giant," who is very active in the 
South Shore Peace Comm. and Liberal 
Religious Fellowship, enjoys writing 
poetry and reading the underground 
press. 

Sophomore Class Play, Stardust; 
Theater Arts Society 11, 12; National 
Thesbian Societv 12; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; W.H.S.-T.V. 11, 12; 
Debate Club 11, 12; Political Affairs 
Club 11, 12; Honors 10 




JACQUELINE GROSSI 
63 Mt. Vernon St. E. 

Jackie, who enjoys horseback riding 
and sewing, would like to become an 
airline stewardess. 



GARY H. (il'INETTE 
19 Gov. Winthrop S. 

An active member of DeMolav. 
'"Judge" enjoys skiing, golfing, and 
snow mobiling. With a college degree 
in business, he will surely go far. 

Band 10; Intramurals 10; SkiClub 12; 
W.H.S.-T.V. 12 




SANDRA A. GULLICKSEN 
189 Mt. Vernon St. E. 

Future plans? Sandy would like to 
attend college. You may often hear 
her calling, "'Tennis anyone?" or per- 
haps you will find her on a ski slope. 
Sandy also enjoys sewing in her spare 
time. 

Student Council 10; Cafeteria Monitor 
10; French Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Campus 11. 12: Cap and Gown Comm. 
12 





ANN M. GL'RNETT 
15 Lafayette Ave. W. 

College lies in Ann's future, hopefully 
B.U. School of Communications. 
Among her many interests are water 
sports, reading, and sewing. 

Ski Club 11. 12; Campus 11. 12; 
Senior Nominating Comm. 12 




DAVID A. HAAPAOJA 
541 Ralph Talbot S. 

As president of his C.Y.O. and an ac- 
tive DeMolav member. Dave has little 
spare time. He devotes some of his 
free moments to skiing, skating and 
working on cars — a few of his many 
enjoyments. 



CAROL A. HACKETT 
14 Lochmere Ave. X. 

Carol would like to attend college to 
become a teacher. In her spare time, 
she enjoys skating and swimming. 
Judo at the V.M.C.A. also interests 
her. 

Chorus 11. 12: F.H.A. 11; Spanish 
Club 11; F.T.A. 12: Ski Club 12; 
Pep Club 12: Stardust 12 




GAIL M. HACKETT 
120 Thompson Rd. N. 

A bright future lies ahead of Gail, 
first stop business college. The summer 
months find her water skiing and dur- 
ing cold winter afternoons, sewing. 
She has also enjoyed many successful 
seasons on the C.V.O. basketball team. 

Stardust 12 




KAREN J. HAGAN 
58 Birchbrow Ave. N. 

Karen can usually be found at the 
Surf. She intends to become either an 
airline stewardess or pursue a secre- 
tarial career. 

Lib. Ass't. 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Secretary 
to Miss Cooksev: Honors 10, 11 




KENNETH L. HAGAR 
120 Lorraine St. E. 

Kenney, who is a member of De- 
Molay, hopes to attend college after 
graduation. In his spare time he likes 
to play football and hockey. 

Stardust; Student Activities 10; Honors 
10; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



JOAN L. HALEY 
1838 King Ave. W. 

Attending football games is tops with 
Joan, as are dancing and eating Ital- 
ian food. A career in social work is 
her goal for the future. 

Ski Club 11- Spanish Club 10 




BONNIE J. HALL 
43 Sherwood Rd. N. 

Bonnie, who is very active in Junior 
Morals, enjoys sewing and dancing. 
Her warm personality will insure her 
success in the future. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, Sec. 12; Pep Club 11. 
12; Reflector 11; Tutor 11; Stardust 
12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 





JAMES M. HALLE 
99 Lorraine St. E. 

Jim, who participates in all sports, 
is an active member of his C.V.O. He 
plans to attend to college after gradu- 
ation. 

Intramurals 10; Ski Club 12 




JUDITH A. HAMBLETT 
10 Field Ave. W. 

Judi, who enjoys tennis and sewing, 
belongs to the 35th Regimental Drum 
and Bugle Corps. A career as a book- 
keeper or a medical secretary lies in 
her future. 

Chorus 10, 11; Glee Club 11; Concert 
Choir 12: Mr. I'Liver^s Sect. 12 



RAYMOND HANIAN 
280 East St. E. 

Sports-minded Ray can befound work- 
ing in a bowling alley in his spare 
time. An active member of his C.Y.O., 
his future plans include college. 

Intramurals 10; Computer Club 11; 
Honor Roll 10. 11 




PAUL E. 1 1 AX LEY 
37 Welland Rd. \Y. 

Paul, who has a very strong interest 
in cars, is employed by a construction 
company. He hopes to follow a career 
as a heavy machine operator after 
graduation. 

Student Nominating Committee L2; 
Cafeteria Management 11. 12 




BRUCE P. HANSON 
78 Joyce Rd. 

Bruce 's vocational training will be 
asset to his future endeavors. 




BRIAN E. HARDEGEN 
68 Academy Ave. E. 

An active member in his C.Y.O., Brian 
enjoys hockey, tennis, photography 
and electronics. After graduation, he 
plans to further his education. 



MARY [ANE HARDMAN 
587 Washington St. E. 

Having a good time suits Maryjane 
just fine. She can be found working as 
an aide in a nursing home. A career 
as an airline stewardess or an L.P.N, 
lies ahead for her. 

Mr. Masters Secretary; F.B.L.A. 




HEATHER f. HARRIBINE 
284 Commercial St. \Y. 

Heather dances with the Boston Ballet 
Company, models, and waitresses in 
her spare time. She hopes to be a for- 
eign language translator after gradu- 
ating from the University of Connecti- 





DANIEL HARRINGTON, III 
294 Commercial St. W. 

Dan, who is not swayed by the crowd, 
enjoys all sports, particularly basket- 
ball. His future includes a college 
education. 

Basketball 10, 11. 12 




LARAINE E. HARRINGTON 
71 Gilbert Rd. E. 

Laurie, an active student, works at 
Olden 's after school. Her sincere inter- 
est in others will bring her success 
in college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Math Lab. Ass't. 
11, 12; Math Team 12; French Club 
11; Campus 12; French Club 11; Na- 
tional Honor Society 11, 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 



DALE L. HARRIS 
221 Union St. S. 

Dale is an all around girl who keeps 
herself very busy with various church 
and school activities. She hopes to 
work with an airline company after 
graduation. 

Camera Club 11; Riding Club 11, 12; 
Chess Club 12; Spanish Club 12; 
Campus 12 




DONNA L. HARRIS 
214 Evans St. N. 

Working as a volunteer at Quincy 
City Hospital is preparing Donnie for 
a career as a nurse. She is also em- 
ployed as a chambermaid at Somerset 
Hotel in Boston. 

F.N.A. 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; 
Honors 10, 11 





JOYCE E. HART 
134 Washington St. W. 

Talkative and fun-loving, Joyce works 
at South Shore Hospital in her spare 
time. In the future she hopes to become 
a nurse, but right now she enjoys 
Chinese food, Ben Casey, and water 
skiing. 

Campus 12 




STEPHEN J. HARTRY 
55 Oak St. S. 

Harts, a friend to all. is sure to succeed 
in business administration, his chosen 
field. At the present he can be found 
working at Curtis Farms or playing 
golf and hockey. 

Student Council 10, 11; Vice Pres. 12; 
Class V. P. 10. 11; Monitor 10, 12; 
Golf 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10; Key 
Club 12; Jr. Usher 11; Honors 11 



DANIEL L. HASKELL 
218 Westminster St. E. 

With hopes of becoming a radio an- 
nouncer. Dan plans to attend North- 
eastern. A sports fiend, you can find 
him playing hockey or golf when not 
working or participating in C.Y.O. 

Intramurals 10 




DONNA M. HASSAN 
816 Main St. S. 

Working as a salesgirl at Jordan 
Marsh keeps attractive Donna busy, 
but she still finds time to sew and 
dance. A college degree is in her future. 

Russian Club 10; French Club 10; 
Honor Society 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Campus 12; Ski Club 12; Spanish 
Tutor 11 





DOUGLAS A. HAUGH 
116 Belmont St. W. 

Doug sees a literary career in his 
future, but not before he gets that col- 
lege degree. He enjoys working, a 
good football game, and "banging 
away" on a piano. 




SHARON G 
171 E\ 



HAUSMANN 
ins St. N. 



Blonde and attractive. Sharon would 
like to become an airline stewardess 
or medical secretary. Working at Jor- 
dan Marsh and skiing take up most 
of her spare time. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12: 
F.B.L.A. 12; Be/lector Adv. Comm. 12; 
Campus 11, 12 



PAUL F. HAYES 
136 Prospect Hill N. 

Paul enjoys playing football, working 
on cars, waterskiing. and hunting. He 
aspires to manage his own autobody 
shop. 




DOROTHY C. HAYNES 
568 Middle St. E. 

Dancing, listening to jazz, and sewing 
occupy much of Dottie's time. She 
plans to attend Quincy Beauty Acade- 
my to become a beautician. 

Campus Secretary; Pep Club; Sr. Nomi- 
nating Committee; Honors 10, 11 





THERESA A. HEALY 
87 Doris Dr. N. 

Always smiling, Terry teaches the men- 
tally retarded and the blind how to 
swim. Her warmth and patience will 
ensure her success as an elementary 
school teacher. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Ski Club 
12; Spanish Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Senior Nom. Comm.; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; Stardust Ticket Sales 




RICHARD HEBERT 
26 Parsons Ave. S. 

A true non-conformist. Rick would like 
to attend college and possibly become 
a teacher. In his spare time, he en- 
joys playing the bass guitar. 



CHARLES S. HEGARTY 
50 Birchbrow Ave. N. 

Charlie is always interested in having 
a good time. Soul music is one of his 
favorites. After graduation, Charlie 
hopes to attend college. 




KATHLEEN A. HEGER 
12 Orleans Rd. W. 

Kathy, a model for Beeline Fashions, 
hopes to attend a beauty academy. 
In her spare time, she rides her motor- 
cycle and works on cars. 




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10. 11 




GARY A HEINSTROM 
300 Randolph St S. 



Sklndivlng and surfing are among 
Gary's favorite activities. To enlist 
il Reserves is his future 

Cross Country 10, 11; Winter Track 
10, 11; Spring Track 10, 11. 12 



in the Ne 
goal. 




DEBORAH A. HEMPHILL 
40 Perry St. E. 

Debbie can be found working at 
Barnes Insurance Company. Her fu- 
ture plans include either becoming a 
secretary or working for the airlines. 

Pep Club 11; Mr. Mahn's Sec t. 12 



GAYLK A. HENDERSON 
291 Pleasant St. S. 

Energetic Gayle works at McManus 
ice cream shop. Sewing, skiing, danc- 
ing are among her varied activities. 
Gayle will probably attend Massasoit 
Community College alter graduation. 




SUSAN T. HENDERSON 
291 Pleasant St. S. 

Suzie Q_., vivacious and outgoing, en- 
joys skiing, dancing and bowling. 
Since she enjoys being with people, 
she plans a future in social work. 

Talent Show 10; Pep Club 10 





CHRISTINE M. HENEHAN 
89 Neck St. N. 

Working in a nursing home will surely 
prepare (Tirissi lor her future role as 
a nurse. She can be found at the Surf 
every Saturday night. Jimi Hendrix 
and the Cream are tops with her. 

Ski Club 10, 11; F.N. A. 12; F.H.A. 12: 
Campus 12; Literary Staff 10 




BARBARA ELLEN HENSHAW 
10 Wycliffe St. E. 

Musically inclined, Bobbie has par- 
ticipated In many orchestras through- 
out the Boston area. To become an 
elementary teacher is her goal. 

Russian Club 10; Spanish 10; Lab 
Ass't.; Weymouth High Orchestra 10, 
11, 12; Mardi Gras 10, 11; F.T.A. 12; 
K.N. A. 12: F.H.A. 12 



STEPHEN E. HERBERT 
141 Pine St. S. 

Steve plays the lead guitar in his own 
band. He plans to join the Navy after 
graduation. 

Spring Track 10, 12: W inter Track 12 




ROBERT A. HERLIHY. JR. 
72 Lorraine St. E. 

Skiing, bowling, C.Y.O., basketball, 
and hockey are among Bob "s interests. 
To attend college and to travel to 
f^urope lie in his future. 

Football 10 





RICHARD J. HERMAN 
41 Roseen Ave. W. 

After graduation, Herm plans to at- 
tend college and then setde down. He 
claims he is a "wheeling and dealing" 
card player" and a numismatist. 

Chess Club 10; Golf 10: F.B.L.A. 12; 
Cap and Gown Committee 12 




MARGARET E. HICKEY 
27 Elm St. S. 

Fun loving Lainie enjoys bowling and 
boating. Now working at Mammouth 
Mart, she plans to further her educa- 
tion. 

Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12; Prom Com- 
mittee 12 



WILLIAM V. HICKEY 
16 Swan Ave. S. 

Hick enjoys swimming, hunting, and 
music. Treasurer of his C.Y.O., he 
is also a member of a drum corps. 
Athletic Bill would like to study avia- 
tion in college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10. 11; 
Weight Lifting 10, 11, 12 




DEBORAH HICKSOX 
23 Christine l'er. S. 

Sweet and attractive, Debbie plans to 
attend nursing school. In her spare 
time, she works as a nurse's aide at 
Kirkland Manor Nursing Home. 
Water-skiing, miniature golf, and bowl- 
ing are among her main interests. 

Tutor 10; Lab Aid 11 





KATHLEEN HIGGINS 
70 Hillcrest Rd. E. 

Kathy. an avid Red Sox fan, works 
part time at Brady's. A nursing career 
lies in her future. Skiing, swimming, 
and C.Y.O. are among her favorite 
activities. 

Russian Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F X. A. 11. 12: Campus 11; Ski Club 
11; J.M.S.Y.C. 12 




MICHAEL HIGGINS 
47 Fore Fiver Ave. N. 

Higg enjoys water sports and music. 
In his future lies a job as a carpenter 
or a foreman. 

Office Duty 11, 12; Cafeteria Monitor 
11, 12 



PATRICK J. HIGGINS 
51 Bluff Rd. N. 

A sports enthusiast, Pat is also inter- 
ested in girls. He plans to pursue a 
college career after graduation. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; 
Baseball 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 11; 
Reflector Rep. 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; 
Monitor 12; Honors 10 




ROBERT P. HIGGINS 
70 Hillcrest Rd. E. 

Now working part time at First Na- 
tional, Bob also enjoys skiing, cars, 
and swimming. To join the Navy is 
his future goal. 

Pep Club 10; Ski Club 11; Math Club 
11; Russian Club 10 





LINDA J. HILTON 
249 North St. N. 

Roller skating and fast cars are Linda's 
main interests. Her one desire after 
graduation is a ring on her third 
finger, left hand. 

D.E.C.A. 




MICHAEL S. HINDES 
23 Sterling St. W. 

Mike has a strong interest in automo- 
bile racing and hopes to continue this 
as his career. Among his other in- 
terests are motorcycles. Bruin's games, 
and playing hockey himself. 

Intramurals 10; D.E.C.A. 12: W.H.S.- 
T.V. 12 



JOANNE L HIXD.MARCH 
184 Broad St. W. 

Joanne, who plans to become a nurse, 
works in a nursing home in her spare 
time. She also enjoys skating, bowling, 
and sewing. 




JOAN A. HINDY 
372 East St. E. 

Lively Lana plans to attend college 
after graduation. She can be found 
working after school. 

Lang. Lab Aid 11; Science Club 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 12: Honors 10. 
11 




DOMINIC W. HIX 
281 Randolph St. S. 

A sports enthusiast, Dora enjoys plav- 
Ing basketball, baseball, and football. 
He plans to attend a business college 
after graduation, and can now be 
found participating in C.Y.O. 

Honors 10 




EDWARD T. HOEY 
280 Pond St. S. 

Eddie's spare time is kept busy by 
his part time job, and by participating 
in C.Y.O. He also enjoys bowling 
and playing basketball . . . college 
lies in the near future. 

Audio Visual 12; Debating Club 12; 
Honors 10, 11 



JEANETTE M. II OLD EN 
138 Academy Ave. E. 

Jayne, who aspires to become a high 
school English teacher, can be found 
swimming, surfing, and skiing. She 
also takes judo lessons on the side. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 1 1, 
12; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Campus 
11, 12'; Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; 
Lang. Lab. Aid 10; Sfon/urf 12; Tennis 
12 




COBURN C. HOLLIDGE 
42 Keating Cir. S. 

Red headed Cobum plans to further 
his education by attending college. He 
is now working at Hartstone Flower 
Shop. 

Reflector 10; Mardi Gras 11; Stardust 
12 





PATRICIA C. HOLLIS 
16 Pine Cir. S. 

Irish's future plans include marriage. 
Working at Spaulding Moss and danc- 
ing take up much of her spare lime. 

D.E.C.A. 12; Lib. Ass't. 11; Riding 
Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60; Reflector 
10 




RICHARD F. HOLMES 
33 Relmont St. W. 

Musically inclined Richard, likes play- 
ing his guitar and drawing. Now 
working at MacDonald's, he would 
like to become an automotive designer. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10,11. 
12; Winter Track 10, 11, 12 



LINDA HOPEWELL 
52 Hinston Rd. E. 

Loquacious Linda would like to attend 
Katherine Gibbs Business School. A 
typist for .Xow, she will be a sure suc- 
cess in the business world. 

Reflector 12;F.B.L.A. 12; Office Worker 
10; N.O. W. 12; Honors 10, 11; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80, 100 




ROBERT A. HOPEV 
34 Bicknell Rd. N. 



A fine mechanic, Bob enjoys working 
on cars. He plans to further his 





ROBERT I. HUBBARD 
634 Union St. S. 

Working at Supreme Market and par- 
ticipating in DeMolay leave Bob with 
few moments tospare. Heenjoyshorse- 
back riding and plans to attend college. 

Sr. Norn. Comm.; Honors 10, 11 




KENNETH L. HUDDY 
28 Oak Hill Rd. E. 

A job at South Shore Lincoln Press 
and cars take up most of Hud's time. 
He anticipates a career in the service, 
then plans to travel around the world. 

Open House 10 



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PAUL J. HUGHES 
301 Lake St. E. 



Likeable Paul's vocational training will 
be an asset to his future endeavors. 




GERALD S. HUMBERD 
122 Park Ave. S. 

Gerry, a sports enthusiast, hopes to 
become either a gym teacher or a 
pediatrician. In his spare time, he 
works at Mister Donut or plays hock- 
ey. He likes collecting Rock 'n Roll 
records. 





EVELYN M. HUSKINS 
81 River St. X. 

Sincere Evelyn participates in many 
activities. Her outside interests include 
swimming, skating, and sewing. She 
hopes to attend Framingham State. 

French Club 11; Spanish Club 11; 
Stardust; F.H.A. 12; Ski Club 12 




LESLIE I. HYNES 
59 Wachusett Rd. X. 

Among Les' outside interests are ski- 
ing, swimming, boys, and football 
games. She plans to become a dental 
assistant after graduation. 

Pep Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 
12 



DIAXXE M. LMRIE 
16 Pequot Rd. X. 

Dede likes to skin dive and bowl in 
her spare time. A career in the field of 
computers lies in her future. 

Ski Club 11 




GIXO IXFASCELLI 
267 Forest St. S. 

Gino, who collects old U.S. stamps, is 
interested in motorcycles, hunting, and 
camping. He plans to enter the field 
of forestrv. 





DAVID A. IXGLIS 
16 King Ave. W. 



Emploved 
Companv, 



X South Shore Publishing 
Dave especially enjoys 
working on cars. He hopes to be a 
photographer for the Air Force. 




XAXCV M. ISACSOX 
146 Pine St. S. 

Attractive and sincere, Isac will be 
successful as an English teacher. Swim- 
ming, skiing, and horseback riding 
are among her varied interests. 

Honors 10; French Club 10; Monitor 
10, 12; Student Council 10; Bookfair 
10; F.T.A. 11, 12: Ski Club 11. 12: 
Campus 11 



AXX L. JACKSOX 
15 Castle Rd. E. 



A writer of poetry and songs, Ann 
hopes to become a stenographer for 
a college in Boston. Although present- 
ly employed at Tufts Library, she finds 
time for all winter sports. 

Chorus 10; Majorette 11, 12; Lib. 
Ass't. 11, 12; N.O. W. Typist 12; Mrs. 
Skehan's Secretary 12 




LYXXE M. JACOBS 
876 Middle St. W. 

Employed at Mammoth Mart. Lynne 
enjoys dancing, skiing, and horseback 
riding. A career in hairdressing is her 
future goal. 




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KEVIN C. JACOBSEN 
300 River St. N. 



College lies in the future for Jake, but 
now he enjoys traveling to distant 
places, going to the Surf, bowling, 
and swimming. 

Hand 10, 11; Key Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Riding Club 12 




JOSEPH A. JACOBSON 
1178 Pleasant St. E. 

Cood-natured Joe likes playing all 
sports and zipping around in his old 
Volkswagen. As of now, his future 
plans are undecided. 

Football 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10; Baseball 
10; Track 12 



SUSAN JACOBY 
20 Rosemont Rd. N. 

Sue plans to major in languages in 
college. Among her interests are travel- 
ing, football games, and boys. She 
can be found working at the Quincy 
Star Market. 

Lang. Lab Ass't. 10, 11; French Club 
10, 12; French Tutor 10; Spanish 
Tutor 11; U.K. Rep. 10;Honors Id. 1 1 




MARK C. JAGIELLO 
511 Randolph St. S. 

Mark enjoys working on cars and 
playing hockey. Furthering his educa- 
tion is his immediate goal. 





ANN L. JEFFERSON 
564 Pine St. S. 

Collecting record albums is one of 
"B. J.'s" hobbies. She intends to be- 
come an airline stewardess after gradu- 
ation. 

Mr. Chops Sec. 12; Chorus 10; Drama 
Club 10; CleeClub 11 




CLIFTON W. JEFFERSON 
Homer St. S. 

Cliff, assistant manager of the toy 
dept. at J. M. Field's, enjoys playing 
football and basketball. In the fall, 
he hopes to attend Chamberlayne Jun- 
ior College. 

Intramurals 10 



JAMES J. JEFFREY, JR. 
666 Main St. S. 

Working at Kirkland Manor Nursing 
Home takes up most of Jim's spare 
time. He plans to go into the Navy 
after graduation. 




CONRAD I. JOHNSON. JR. 
48 Ingrid Rd. W. 

Bud, who spends most of his spare 
time playing football and basketball 
works at Star Market. His future in- 
cludes attending a junior college and 
then pursuing a career in the Marines. 

Intramurals 10 





DENNIS G. JOHNSON 
49 Overlook Rd. E. 



A lover of nature, "D. J." enjoys trav- 
eling the countryside on his motorcycle. 
He hopes, some day, to open up his 
own auto body shop. 

Student Gov't 12 




ROBERT \V. JOHNSON 
36 Great Hill Dr. N. 

Among many of Bob's outside inter- 
ests are golf, riding motorcycles, and 
hunting. A career in the Army awaits 
him after graduation. 

Intramurals 10; Honors 10 



HARRY E. JONES 
103 Morningside St. E. 

A car enthusiast. Harry hopes to go 
into the field of sheet metal. 

Student Government 11. 12 




NANCY A. JONES 
588 Ralph Talbot S. 

Playing golf is one of Nancy's favorite 
pastimes. She works at J. M. Fields in 
Norwell and aspires to become a nurse. 




MAUREEN C. JOYCE 
34 Circuit Rd. S. 

Moe enjoys listening to records in her 
spare time. She would like to travel 
after graduation. 

Mrs. Denizkurt's Sec't. 12 




NELSON W. JOYCE 
769 Front St. W. 

Nels, who plays in a rock music band, 
likes listening to and collecting records. 
He enjoys playing the guitar and 
hopes to attend a music school. 

Intramurals 10 



NANCY A. KABILIAN 
113 Thompson Rd. N. 

Nance, full of personality, spends much 
of her time sewing. A career in modern 
dance or choreography awaits her. 

Gymnastics 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; Stardust 
12; Monitor 12; Spanish Club 12; 
Senior Prom Comm. 12 




KRISTINE J. KALAIJIAN 
49 Middle St. E. 

Kris, Worthy Advisor of her Rainbow 
Assembly, enjoys playing the piano. 
Always ready with a smile, she will 
be a sure success in college. 

High Honors 10, Honors 1 1; National 
Honor Society 11, Pres. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
10, Comm. Chairman 11, 12; Campus 
Editor 12; French Club Pres. 10, Y.P. 
11; Monitor 10. 11, 12; Pep Club Pub. 
Chairman 11; Student Act. 10 





MICHAEL L. KALIL 
7 Padula Rd. W. 

Mike enjoys all types of sports, par- 
ticularly baseball and football. To 
attend college is his major goal after 
graduation. 

Intramurals 10 




RICHARD F. KARACIUS 
156 Evans St. N. 

Sports-minded Rich enjoys golf and 
football. He plans to attend college in 
the future. 

Intramurals 10; Golf Team 10. 11 



RICHARD KARSTUNEN 
76 Puritan Rd. E. 

Dick, who enjoys making money, 
works part time after school. He plans 
a future in the field of cabinet-making. 

Honors 10, 11 




DONALD W. KAY 
14 Edgeworth St. E. 

Red-headed Don's future plans include 
a sheet metal apprenticeship in Local 
17. 




RICHARD J. KEATING 
55 Oak Hill Rd. E. 

Listening to records and playing bas- 
ketball are Richard's main interests. 
He hopes to enter college and later go 
into social service. 

A. V. Club 10; Home Room Rep. 10; 
Intramurals 10; Honors 11 




RICHARD E. KEEGAN 
76 Randall Ave. E. 

Rick enjoys going to the Cape, swim- 
ming, and attending parties. He hopes 
to attend college and become a teacher. 

Intramurals 10 



ROBERT T. KEENAN, JR. 
1131 W ashington St. E. 

Likeable Rob's future plans are un- 
decided. 



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SHIRLEY A. KELLER 
137 Southern Ave. \V. 

Shirley can be lound working at a dry 
cleaners . . . active in her Rainbow As- 
sembly. A career as a beautician 
awaits her. 

French Club 10; Drama Club 10; Li- 
brary Ass't. 12; Stardust 12; Riding 
Club 12 





MICHAEL F. KELLY 
39 Patterson St. E. 

Just being himself suits Mike. He en- 
joys all sports and listening to records. 
College awaits him after high school. 

Intramurals 10 




NANCY L. KELLEY 
60 Pond St. S. 

A girl with a great sense of humor, 
Kel works part-time at Jordan Marsh 
and is a member of her C.Y.O. She 
plans to become a medical secretary. 

High Honors 10; Honors 1 1; National 
Honor Society 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11,12; 
Political Affairs 12; Reflector 12; Miss 
Johnson's Sec't. 12 



DAVID R. KELLY 
1673 Commercial St. E. 

Dave, a lover of hockey and swim- 
ming, also participates in a local drum 
corps. He plans to attend college or 
go into the Army. 




DENISE KELLY 
19 Alden Rd. \Y. 

An enthusiastic fan, Denise enjoys 
going to both Red Sox and Bruins 
games. She would like to major in 
education in college. 

Political Affairs Club 12; F.T.A. 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





PETER A. KEOHAN 
416 Front St. \Y. 

Quiet Pete has no immediate plans for 
the future. 




SUSAN N. KETCHEN 
5 Alroy Rd. S. 

An excellent swimmer. Sue is a mem- 
ber of the Quincy Swim Team. After 
graduation, she hopes to attend North- 
eastern L'niversity. 

Ski Club 11, Sec. 12; Cheerleading 11, 
12; Stardust 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11 



JANICE P. KIELY 
70 Saning Rd. N. 

Kooly enjoys playing Softball and 
basketball for C.Y.O. When she isn't 
working at Star Market, she swims, 
skiis. and sails. Her future plans are 
to attend college and become a physi- 
cal education teacher. 




ELLEN 
63 He; 



KILROY 
Rd. W. 



Ellen enjoys watching football games, 
water skiing, and horseback riding. 
Now employed at Bardewick's Engi- 
neering Company, she hopes to be- 
come a legal secretary. 





MICHAEL A. KINSLEY 
60 Fuller Rd. N. 

Racing his boat and water skiing take 
up most of Buzz's time. He anticipates 
a career in the Navy. 




KATHLEEN M. KIRWAN 
67 Bald Eagle Rd. S. 

Kathy, who enjoys playing the piano 
and listening to music, cashiers at Su- 
preme Market. She plans on attending 
Northeastern University and majoring 
in French. 

Home Room Messenger 11; Chorus 
11; French Club 12; Honors 11 



WENDY L. KLASSON 
954 Washington St. E. 

Cute and energetic, Wendv plavs the 
piano, skiis. and sails. Her outgoing 
personality will bring her success as 
an English teacher. 

Sr. Class Treas.; Student Council 11. 
12; Student Activity 10; Pep Club 11, 
12: J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11, 12; Monitor 10, 
11; Campus 11, Sr. Editor 12; Star- 
dust 12; N.O.W. 12 




SUSAN E. KNOTT 
19 Holy Hill Cir. S. 

Sweet Sue likes horseback riding, water 
skiing, and playing die guitar. College 
lies in her future. 

J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12 





FREDERICK W. KNOWLES 
47 Prospect St. W. 

A real outdoorsman, Fred enjovs swim- 
ming, boating, and hunting. He in- 
tends to enter the Air Force after 
graduation. 




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RICHARD W. KNUDSON 
930 Middle St. W. 

Sports-minded Rick plans to be a sheet 
metal worker. In addition to plaving 
the drums and hockey, he also enjoys 
water skiing. 

Baseball 10; Honors 10 



MICHAEL K. KOBS 
47 Ledgebrook Rd. S. 

Kip is a valuable member of our track 
team. He can often be found running 
through the woods in his pink shorts. 
He plans to become a Franciscan 
priest. 

Cross Country 10, 11, Captain 12; 
Winter Track 10, 11. 12; Spring Track 
10, 11, 12; Student Council 10 




STEVEN L. KOHLER 
59 Kensington Rd. W. 



Witty Steve plans to go 
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favorite sports. 



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Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 
12; N.O.W. 12; W.H.S.-T.V. 12; Jun- 
ior L'sher; Cross Country 12: Honors 
10. 11 



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KRISTOPHER KREITMAN 
785 Pleasant St. E. 

A talented artist, Kris plans to attend 
an art school. Listening to blues musk 
and playing the guitar art tops with 




SANDRA A. KRUKONIS 
51 Clark Rd. S. 



Spending money and playing tennis 
are Sandy's favorite pastimes. She 
enjoys boating and someday hopes 
to own a Corvette. College lies in her 
future. 



Team 11, 12 



LINDA J. KRUPA 
11 Danbury Rd. S. 

Crupie enjoys sewing, cooking and 
going to the theater. She works as a 
waitress at the Chef's Hat and plans 
to become a private secretary. 

Nurse's Aid 10; Mrs. Swain's Sec 't. 12; 
Reflector 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Stardust 12; 
National Honor Society 11, 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm. 12; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11 




MAUREEN KUHN 
397 Columbian St. S. 

College-bound Maureen is an active 
member of C.Y.O. She enjoys going to 
private parties on the weekends. 

Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12; Film 
Maker's Club 12 





BRETT X. KYLLER 
79 Fuller Rd. X. 

A sports enthusiast, Brett also enjoys 
playing his guitar. His future includes 
a career in the Navy. 




STEPHEN G. LABADIE 
7 Ml. Vernon Rd. E. 

Barnes plans to attend college after 
high school. During the summer he 
worked at Dairy C^ueen. His sense of 
humor will help him see the bright 
side of life. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Spanish 
Club 10; French Club 10; Honors 10, 
11 



STEPHEN G. LaBONTE 
29 Meeting House \Y. 

Easy going Bont enjoys all sports. 
College lies in his future. 

Tennis Team 10, 11; Pep Club 12; 
Spanis Club 11, 12 




fUDITH A. LAFRENIERE 
123 Main St. \V. 

Judi enjoys sewing and the company 
of her friends. She works part time 
and teaches CCD. on weekends. She 
hopes to become a secretary after 
graduation. 

Miss Narino's Sec't. 12; Stardust 12; 
Mardi Gras 11 





BONNIE L. LAGROTTERIA 
99 W indsor Rd. S. 

A career as an elementary school 
teacher awaits Bonnie. In her spare 
time, she reads, swims, and skates. 
At the present time, Bonnie is em- 
ployed at C.V.S. 

Spanish Club 11; Stardust; F.T.A. 11; 
Pres. 12; Honors 11 




JOSEPH E. LAMM 
21 Memorial Dr. \V. 

A likeable guy, Joe enjoys all sports. 
He has particular interest in skating, 
water skiing, and bowling. Joe plans 
to further his education. 

Baseball 10, 11; Hockev 11 



CHARLES M. LANDRY 
72 Colonial Rd. X. 

Charlie hopes to go into the Coast 
Guard after graduation. He enjoys 
aquatics and works part time in 
Boston. 




ROBERT E. LANE 
96 Lorraine St. E. 

Bob, who enjoys golf and skiing, is 
employed at South Shore Country 
Club. College lies in his future. 

Golf Team 10, 1 1 





BRUCE W. LARAMEE 
108 Hawthorne St. E. 

Quiet Bruce is employed at the First 
National Store in Weymouth. His 
future is undecided. 



PETER D. LARKIN 
72 Patricia Lane S. 

Pete works at the South Shore Publish- 
ing Offset printing plant. He spends 
much of his time rebuilding cars. 

Office Help 12 



GARY R. LARSON 
105 Spring St., Hull 

Gary has no immediate plans for the 
future. 




DONALD R. LASH 
40 Shady Lane S. 

Don spends most of his spare time 
working at a water supply company. 
He hopes to attend college inthefuture. 





JAMES D. LAURENCE 
1009 Front St. S. 

Cass is a member of the Sancians 
Drum and Bugle Corps and also 
works part time as a dishwasher. He 
enjoys bowling and playing basket- 
ball. To attend college to major in 
history is his future goal. 




CLAIRE C. LAURENDEAU 
52 Oak St. S. 

C.Y.O. and a job at Curtis Farms 
keeps Claire busy. She enjovs all 
sports, especially skiing. College is 
in her near future. 

Chorale 11: Pep Club 12 



SUSAN A. LAWLER 
62 Karlyn Rd. W. 

A sports enthusiast, Sue especially en- 
joys C.Y.O. basketball and softball. 
Sincere and kind, she can often be 
found writing poetry. College is in 
her immediate future. 

Ski Club 12; Riding Club 12; Political 
Affiars Club 12 




SARA LAWLOR 
22 Veronica Lane E. 

Sara, who enjoys traveling, hopes to 
someday to see all of Oklahoma. Lis- 
tening to Jim Hindrix and Sly and 
the Family Stone are among her manv 
interests. 





JOHN J. LEAHY 
71 Prospect St. W. 

Jay is active in his C.Y.O. and also 
enjoys camping. After graduation he 
hopes to enter the field of printing. 

Cross Country 12; Open House 11; 
Cafeteria Worker 1 1 




RICHARD LEARY 
6 Sagamore Rd. N. 

Bugs enjoys outdoor life such as 
camping and exploring. Wearing white 
socks makes him an individual, he 
says, "if anyone is going to change 
me, I am." 

Chess Club 11, 12; Science Club 12; 
Conservation Club 12 



REGINALD R. LECOURS 
673 Summer St. W. 



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W.H.S.V.T. Pres. W.H.T.H.S.; H< 
ors 11, 12 



MARY C. LENIHAN 
100 Hollis St. S. 

Amiable Chris likes to play tennis and 
sew. To be a dental assistant is her 
future goal. 

Pep Club 11; Tennis Team 11, 12; 
Costume Committee, Stardust; Ski 
Club 11. 12 





RICHARD F. LENIHAN 
78 Putnam St. E. 

Rick works at Brady Enterprises and 
enjoys surfing, bowling, and horse- 
back riding. With his witty personality 
he is sure to go far. 




DIANE C. LEONE 
73 Heather Lane S. 

Quiet and thoughtful, Diane hopes to 
join the Peace Corps in the near future. 
In her spare time she enjoys sewing. 
College is in store for her. 

Spanish Club 11; Stardust 12; F.T.A. 
12; Campus 12; Honors 10, 1 1 



DONNA L. LEWIS 
55 Elwood Dr. S. 

Soul music really turns Donna on . . . 
she enjoys having a good time. Her 
future is still misty. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector 12 



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JOANNE LEWIS 
4 Branch Rd. S. 

Horseback riding and surfing are 
among Joanne's many interests. When 
not working at Gem, she takes life 
easy. College lies ahead. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Riding 
Club 12; French Club 10, 11 





PAUL B. LINDSTROM 
215 Front St. W. 

Lindy likes all sports but especially 
enjoys fishing. Now working at 
Kelly's, he is undecided about his 
future. 




RICHARD A. LONG 
1041 Front St. S. 

Holding a part-time job and working 
on his car occupy most of Richard's 
spare time. 



ROBERT M. LONG 
60 Myrtle St. E. 

Bob, who is an active member of his 
C.V.O.. likes skiing and rock collect- 
ing. He anticipates a career as a chem- 
istry teacher. 

Science Club 12, Pres; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Lab. Aid 10; Russian Club 10; Honors 
10 




DENNIS W. LOONEY 
46 Cherry Lane S. 

Sports-minded Loon plans to attend 
college and later teach history. Skiing 
and reading are among his favorite 
activities. 

Honor Roll 11 





SONYA E. LOPEZ 
53 Bradford Rd. S. 

Sonya enjoys playing her guitar, boat 
riding, and painting. Open-minded, 
she will be successful in her business 
world. 

Spanish Lab. Aid 10, 11; Chorus 10 




DAVID R. LOUGHMILLER 
209 Lake Shore E. 

An avid fan of rock and soul music. 
Dave also enjoys raising mice. To 
attend college is his future goal. 



ROBERT M. LOUZAN 
52 Elmer Rd. S. 

Likeable Bob is interested in sports, 
especially C.Y.O. basketball. He plans 
to attend college. 

Honors 10, 11; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Science Club 12; A. Y. 11, 12; Weight 
Training 11 



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JOHN C. LOVENDALE 
37 Lake Crest E. 

Jack can usually be seen riding his 
motorcycle, water skiing or playing 
basketball. He is a member of the 
M.Y.F. and has hopes of attending 
college. 

Winter Track 11 





RUTH A. LOVENDALE 
46 Perry St. E. 

Water skiing, swimming, skating, and 
riding are among Ruth's interests. She 
is secretary of M.Y.F. and plans to 
become a nurse or a model. 

F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11 




LINDA M. LIT SI 
100 Gaslight Dr. S. 

Linda enjoys swimming and playing 
tennis when she is not busy painting. 
A talented artist, Linda will be a suc- 
cess in art school. 

Re/lector Art Editor 12; French Club 
11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm. 12; Pep Club 
12; JV.O.W. 12; Stardust 



LYDIA M. LUNDEN 
15 First St. W. 

Fun-loving Lydia works as a nurses' 
aide at Elihu White Nursing Home. 
After graduation she hopes to become 
an airline stewardess. 




ANNE M. LUNDQJJIST 
24 Winter St. W. 

Anne Marie who now works as a 
cashier at Curtis Farms, will certainly 
make an attractive receptionist at Lo- 
gan Airport. 




Sr. P: 



Comm. 12 




SUSAN L. LURVEY 
45 Evans St. N. 

Sue, a great asset to our Concert Choir, 
is also active in Rainbow. A career 
in nursing lies ahead. 

Chorus 10; Concert Choir 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 11, 12; Science Club 12; Span- 
ish Club 10; Campus 12 




NANCY I. LUSCOMBE 
123 Hinston Rd. E. 

B ouch's outside interests include rock 
collecting and bowling. To become a 
secretary is her main ambition after 
graduation. 

Honors 11; Mrs. Weiskoff Sec. 12 



GEORGE M. LUTZ 
197 Elmer Rd. S. 

Eating Chinese food and playing pool 
are among George's outside interests. 

trical engineer. 

Football 10; Math Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




DONNA S. LYDON 
16 Cheryl Cir. E. 

Donna likes to swim, bowl, and listen 
to records. Now working at Jordan 
Marsh, she hopes to attend college. 





PATRICIA E. LYMAN 
64 Intervale Rd. E. 

Pat, noted for her laugh, likes swim- 
ming and bowling. She hopes to be- 
come a secretary. 

High Honors 11; Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 
12; KB. LB. 12; .Y. ail'. 12' 




ELIZABETH (). LYNCH 
162 Oak St. S. 

Quiet but friendly, Betsy enjoys skiing. 
To attend a junior college is her future 
goal. 

Ski Club 11; Campus 12 



RAYMOND J. LYNCH 
30 Griffin Terr. S. 

Ray, who prefers Italian food to Chi- 
nese, spends lots of time at Norwood 
Arena. After graduation, he is bound 
for college. 




EILEEN F. LYONS 
125 Federal St. \Y. 

Yivacious Eileen loves the Yermont 
countryside, skiing, and attending the 
W.H.S. baseball games. After gradu- 
ation she plans to become an elementa- 
ry teacher. 

J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11, 12; Student Coun- 
cil 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Honors 10; 
Campus 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Pol. 
Affairs 12 





RAMONA LYSAKOWSKI 
419 Summer St. W. 

Ronnie, who enjoys all sports, also 
likes to babysit in her spare time. Her 
ambition is to be a secretary. 




JOHN F. MacDONALD 
111 Park Ave. \Y. S. 

Jabo, who enjoys hunting, plans to 
travel around the country after gradu- 
ation. 



RICHARD W. MacDOXALD 
60 Elmer Rd. S. 

Athletic and friendly, Mac enjoys skin- 
diving, skiing and playing tennis. Col- 
lege lies in his future. 

Wresding 10; Science Club 12; Ski 
Club 12 




VALERIE J. MacDOXALD 
11 Richards Rd. E. 

Most sports, including swimming, 
bowling, and sewing are counted in 
Yal's outside interests. After gradua- 
tion, she would like to attend college. 





KATHLEEX MacKEXZIE 
48 Abbott St. S. 

In her spare time Kit enjoys listening 
to acid rock music. Her future plans 
are undecided. 




LAURA J. MacKEXZIE 
20 Burton Ter. S. 



Smiling Laurie spends her spare time 
working as a nurse's aide at the South 
Shore Hospital. Her interests include 
swimming, boating, and skating. To 
become a nurse is her future goal. 

Xational Honor Society 11, 12; Politi- 
cal Affairs 12; Honors 10, 11 



JEAXXE MacLAREX 
19 Andrew Rd. S. 

In her spare time, Jeanne teaches nu- 
trition for the conservation club and is 
a member of Rainbow. After gradua- 
tion, she hopes to become a home 
economic teacher. 

F.T.A. 12;J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Xational 
Honor Society 11, V. Pres. 12 




LORRAIXE MacLASKEY 
35 Holmberg Rd. E. 

Besides being an active member of 
C.Y.O., Lorry spends much of her time 
taking care of emotionally disturbed 
children. In the future she hopes to 
become a teacher. 

F.T.A. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Russian 
Club 10 





FRAXCES E. MacLEOD 
16 Adorn St. W. 

Beth, secretary of her church youth 
group, is also an active member of 
Rainbow. Employed at Kirkland 
Manor Xursing Home, she will have 
a good background for becoming a 
registered nurse. 

F.X.A. 11; Honors 11 




JANICE M. MacLEOD 
380 Memorial Dr. E. 

Always smiling, Janice enjoys working 
at the Kirkland Manor Xursing Home 
as a nurse's aide. She plans to become 
an airline reservationist after gradu- 
ation. 



MARY MacPHERSOX 
363 Middle St. E. 

In spite of being accident-prone. Mary 
still enjoys horseback riding and roller 
skating. Xow working at Purity Su- 
preme, she hopes to become a stenog- 
rapher for the government. 

F.B.L.A. 12 




ALLAX MacQJJARRIE. 3rd 
50 Cottage Lane W. 

Allan, who has a great sense of hu- 
mor, plays golf and basketball when 
he isn't working at Friendly 's. He is 
sure to be a success in the business 
world. 

Student Activity 10; Intramurals 10; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 12 





JOSEPH E. MADDEN 
64 Swan Ave. S. 

Joe, a thinking individual, sometimes 
enjoys a quiet atmosphere. He plays 
all sports, particularly baseball. After 
graduation, he plans to continue work- 
ing at the Braintree Stop and Shop. 

Intramurals 10. 1 1 




DOROTHY A. MAGUIRE 
52 Roselind Rd. N. 

Dotty, sweet and considerate, models 
and plays the guitar. She hopes to 
enter either the field of business or 
design. 



Hiding Club 1] 

dust 



F.B.L.A. 12: Star- 



[ANICE R. MAGUIRE 
15 Roosevelt Rd. W. 

Janice enjoys playing the guitar, sew- 
ing and swimming. A diligent worker, 
she will make a fine dental assistant. 

Ski ( lul. 11: Monitor 10 




FRANCIS R. MAHON 
40 Padula Rd. W. 

Among his outside interests. "Anka" 
lists cars, fishing, hunting, and girls. 
His future ambition is to become a 
draftsman. 





MARTIN* P>. MAHONEY JR. 
124 Gilbert Rd. W. 

A sharp dresser, Marty enjoys sailing, 
water skiing, playing golf, and pool. 
He is sure to make the most of his 
college education. 

Key Club Vice-Pres. 12; Pep Club 12; 
Intramurals 10, 1 1 




MICHELE MALLARD 
106 Broad St. W. 



"Mike" feels that her "skinnv legs" 
set her apart. She loves eating, cook- 
ing, and spending money. A secretar- 
ial job awaits her in the future. 



THOMAS 1 MAI. LEV JR. 
5 Bicknell Rd. N. 

Since Tom is talented in playing the 
piano and organ, he hopes to attend 
the New England Conservatory of Mu- 
sic. He is also a Barbra Streisand fan. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Concert Choir 10, 
11, 12; Choral 11, 12; Theater Arts 
11; Man Who Came to Dinner 10; 
Stardust 12 




CHRISTINE M. MALNATI 
10 Duck Lane E. 

Ducky, who spends most of her time 
working at Curtis Farms, also likes 
James Brown and scuba diving. Her 
ambition in life is to become a data 
processor. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





EDWARD J. MALONE 
58 Branch St. S. 

Comical "'Skinny" spends much of his 
time painting or playing the drums. 
A career as an electrician lies in his 
future. 




DONNA M. MANNING 
82-Chas. Diersch St. E. 

Donna's future plans include a career 
as a medical secretary. In her spare 
time, she works at Brady's and enjoys 
skiing. The Temptations are tops with 
her. 

Office Helper 10; Ski Club 11. 12; 
Pep Club 12 



SHIRLEY MANNING 
109 Biscayne St. W. 

Horseback riding and playing tennis 
are among Sam's favorite interests. 
Her ability to make new friends easily 
will be an asset in her secretarial car- 




MAUREEN M. MANSFIELD 
136 Sea St. N. 



In her spare time, Moe works as a 
nurse's aide at Wentworth Manor 
Nursing Home. She plans to attend 
nursing school after graduation. 





DAVID H. MARCHANT 
494 Pine St. S. 

The field of electronics awaits red- 
headed Dave after graduation. Work- 
ing on cars and building stereo equip- 
ment occupy a great deal of his spare 
time. 




ROBERT P. MARIANO 
36 Off Station E. 

A real Bruins' fan, Wally also enjoys 
a good football game. A career as a 
sheet metal w'orker lies ahead. 

Honors 10, 11; Football 10; Sr. Prom. 
Comm. 



SHARON A. MARSH 
94 Summit St. W. 

Loquacious Red would like to work 
for an airline company upon gradua- 
tion. 




DAVID C. MARTELL 
171 Liberty St. S. 

Athletic Dave, a great asset to both 
our gymnastic and football teams, 
plans to attend college. Painting, water- 
skiing, and swimming are among his 
favorite activities. 

Football 10, 11, 12; gymnastics 10, 
11, Co-Captain 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





FRANK M. MARTIN 3RD 
16 Woodbine Rd. E. 

Frank, often found working on cars, 
also enjoys sailing. After graduation, 
he would like to go into the field of 
printing. 

Honors 10, High Honors 11; Nat'l. 
Honor Soc. 11; Nominating Comm. 
11; Student Gov't. 12. 




SUSAN C. MARTINSEN 
55 Apple Tree Lane W. 

Sue's future dream is to become an 
elementary school teacher. At present, 
she enjoys boating and water skiing. 

Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Re/lector 
Rep. 11; Drama Club 10: Pep Club 
11, 12; Campus 12 



ARNE B. MARTINSON JR. 
53 Endicott St. E. 

Gordon is a fun-loving person who 
enjoys meeting and talking with peo- 
ple. He works part time at Star Mar- 
ket and hopes to attend college to be- 
come an electrical engineer. 

Monitor 10; Riding Club 12. 




CHRISTINE MATERIA 
186 Green St. N. 

Music, sewing, and meeting new peo- 
ple interest friendly Chris. Presently a 
cashier at Curtis Farms, she plans to 
attend college after graduation. 

Student Council 10, Treasurer 12; Ski 
Club 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Monitor 
12; Stardust. 




CYNTHIA E. McAULIFFE 
86 Circuit Rd. S. 

Cindy, who is a talented seamstress, 
plans to follow a career in fashion. 
Water skiing and all kinds of music 
are among her favorite pastimes. 

Campus 12 




DEBORAH A. McAULIFFE 
11 Riverbank Rd. N. 

Debbie, who enjoys sewing, can be 
found working as a cashier in Ray- 
mond's toy department. She hopes 
to enter the I.B.M. course at Quincy 
Vocational School after graduation. 

Pep Club 11; Ski Club 1 1, 12; Campus 
12; Stardust 



KATHLEEN McCAFFREY 
38 Humphrey St. E. 

An active member of her C.Y.O., 
Kathy can often be found at the Im- 
maculate Conception Teen Center. She 
plans to become a hairdresser. 




RICHARD \Y. MCCARTHY 
7 Carver St. E. 



Rick's vocational training will assist 
him in his future endeavors. 





MICHAEL 1'. McCALL 
65 Sagamore Rd. N. 

Michael, nicknamed Spock, is very 
active in C.Y.O. His future plans in- 
clude traveling around the country. 

Intramurals 10; D.E.E.A. 




JAMES McCAXX 
87 Sunrise Dr. N. 



Athletic Jim's future plans include at- 
tending college. 



Football 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10, 
11; Weightlifting 11, 12; Key Clyb 12 



[OHN f. McCarthy 

31 Lyme St. E. 

Arranging and composing music, to- 
gether with water sports and electronics 
are John's main interests. He plans 
to attend college and major in science. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11, Band 
10, 11; Orchestra 12; Science Club 12; 
Political Affairs Club 12 




ELIZABETH McCOLOUGH 
16 Curtis St. N. 

Horseback riding, skiing, listening to 
folk music, and sewing are Betsey's 
favorite activities. College lies in her 
future. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11. 12; 
Riding Club 12; Pep Club 11 





DEXISE J. McCOXYILLE 
76 Bluff Rd. X. 

In her spare time, Denise likes to go 
horseback riding and bowling. After 
graduation, she hopes to become a 
beautician. 

F.B.L.A. 12 




JOYCE M. McCUE 
38 Front St. W. 

A talented artist, Joyce takes lessons 
at Mass. College of Art. Cute and 
considerate, she is sure to be success- 
ful in college. 

Campus 12; Stardust 12; N.O.W. 12; 
Ski Club 12; Re/lector 12; Riding Club 
12; Theatre Arts 11, 12; Oratory Club 
10 



CHRISTINE McCL'LLOCH 
5 Xanset Rd. N. 

In her spare time, Chris can be found 
working at Mammoth Martorbowling 
a string or two. She hopes to attend 
an I.B.M. school. 

F.B.L.A. 12 




brian McDonald 

8 Hill Top Rd. N. 

Brian's future plans are undecided, but 
he is considering college. He can 
usually be found at "Whopper" in his 
free time. 

Football 10; Intramurals 10; Key 
Club 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12 





EVELYN F. McDONALD 
45 House Rock Rd. W. 

Swimming, skiing, and painting are 
just a few of Evelyn's favorite activit- 
ies. A talented actress, she would like 
to major in dramatics or English in 
college. 

French Club 10; Drama Club 10; 
Theatre Arts 11; N.O.W. 12; Campus 
art staff 11, 12; Stardust 




laurie j. Mcdonald 

101 Sunrise Dr. N. 

Laurie spends her time oil painting or 
working at Dedian's in Weymouth 
Heights. Her future includes a career 
as an airline stewardess. 



Joseph m. McDonnell 

99 Grant St. E. 

MacDoog works at the Alpine Press 
in So. Braintree in his spare time. He 
hopes to continue work and enter the 
service upon graduation. 

Honor Roll 10, 12; Open House 10. 
11, 12 




RICHARD C. McDONOUGH 
71 Hanian Dr. E. 

Likeable Mac can often be found play- 
ing hockey. His ability to get along 
with all kinds of people will be a great 
asset in college. 

Honors 10,11; Nat'I. Honor Society, 
Treas. 12; Monitor 12; Pep Club 12 





BEATRICE A. McGARRY 
1021 Front St. W. 

Active in C.Y.O., "Cookie" enjoys ski- 
ing, bowling, and dancing. When not 
working, she spends her time baby- 
sitting. She has no immediate plans 
for the future. 

Pep Club 11; Girls' Gymnastics 10; 
F.H.A. 11. 




BR ION McGROARTY 
1205 Pleasant St. E. 

Laughing most of the time, Grode en- 
joys skiing, playing the guitar, and a 
good joke. In the future, he hopes to 
attend college. 

Basketball 10; Golf 10; Student Coun- 
cil 12; Pep Club 12; Ferdenand 12 



KATHLEEN P. McGRORY 
63 Chauncy St. S. 

Kathy enjoys skiing and playing ten- 
nis. She hopes to attend U. Mass and 
become an elementary school teacher. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Tennis Team 12; Campus 12 




DENNIS E. McGURR 
31 WhiteSt. S. 

Working at McManus' Ice Cream 
Shoppe takes up most of "Denny's 
time. 




CHERYL A. McHALE 
102 Babcock Ave. N. 

C.heri enjoys going to the Cape and 
sewing. At present, her job at Filene's 
keeps her busy. She plans to enter a 
business school after graduation. 



F.B.L.A. 12; T.V. Fashion Sh 



1 1 




[ANE B. McHENRY 
44 Oak St. S. 

CHiiet Jane works at Friendly's. Her 
interests including playing the piano, 
sewing and singing. She plans to be a 
home economics teacher after college. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10; Pep 
Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; F.X.A. 11; 
Stardust, Sr. Nominating Comm.; 
Conservation Club 12; H.R. Rep. Re- 
flector 10; Chorus 12 



JUDITH H. McHENRY 
44 Oak St. S. 

A diligent worker, Judy will have a 
rewarding career as a teacher. She 
spends her time sewing, playing the 
piano, and working at Friendly's. 

High Honors 10, 11; Russian Club 
10; Reflector 10; GirlsStateRep.il; 
National Honor Society 11, 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm. 12; Chorus 12; Pep 
Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Conservation 
Club 12; French Club 12; Stardust 




PHYLLIS McHUGH 
18 1'rospect Hill N. 

A sports enthusiast, Phyllis enjoys play- 
ing the guitar and her part-time job. 
She plans to be a nurse. 

Honors 10; F.N. A. 11,12; Pep Club 
12; Cap and down Comm. 12 





ROBERT S. McINTYRE 
18 Hilltop Rd. W. 

Playing basketball and working on 
cars occupy much of Mac's time. To 
become a mechanic is his ambition. 




ELIZABETH McIVER 
150 Oak St. S. 

To attend Art School is Beth's future 
plan. She enjoys taking long walks 
and doodling in her spare time. 



SUSAN M. McIVER 
116 Holly Hill St. 

Doing things the way she wants them 
done is one of Sue's traits. Sewing, 
horseback riding, and all sports are 
also among her likes . . . she hopes 
to enter the business world. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60 




RONALD P. McKAV 
329 Green St. N. 

Ron, interested in numismatics, dis- 
likes crowds . . . plans a career in 
either archeology or anthropology. 

Honors 10, 11; W.H.S. Band 10, 11, 
12 





GERALD J. McKENNA 
20 Progress St. \Y. 

Gerry, full of enthusiasm and school 
spirit, enjoys all sports. He plans to 
either attend college or join the service. 

Pep Club 12; Key Club 11, Treas. 12; 
Ski Club 12; Intramurals 10; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




PATRICIA A. McKENNA 
40 Vanness Rd. N. 

Working at Remick's, reading, and 
writing take up most of Pat's time. 
After graduation, she plans to go in 
to the field of retailing. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



STEPHEN' M. McKEXZIE 
103 Morningside E. 

"Mac" enjoys girls, cars, and going 
to drag races. Further schooling, and 
then the sen-ice lie in his future. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




JANICE E. McKINNEY 
1031 Front St. S. 

Quiet and likeable, Jan can be found 
working at Dunkin' Donuts. After 
graduation, she plans to attend college 
to study foreign languages. 

Honors 10, 11 





corrine Mclaughlin 

34 Bursley Rd. N. 

To become a professional photograph- 
er is Corrine's ambition. Now working 
at Sears, she enjoys sewing and photo- 
graphing people outdoors. 

Fashion Show 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




daniel j. Mclaughlin 

327 Summer St. W. 

An avid sports car enthusiast, Dan 
works part-time at First National 
Stores. He plans to attend college 
and major in Business Administration. 

Hockey 10; Intramurals 10; Gym- 
nastics 11 



mark Mclaughlin 

34 Bursley Rd. N. 

Mark's outside interests include blues, 
jazz, playing his guitar, and water- 
skiing. He plans to be a surveyor or 
further his education in the field of 
structural design. 

Intramurals 10 




susan m. Mclaughlin 

14 Merilyn Rd. S. 

Fashionable Sue can be found behind 
a register at First National. She plans 
to be a secretary after graduation. 

Monitor 10; Campus Sect. 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80, 100 





KATHLEEN E. McLEAN 
Robbinswood Rd. S. 

Kathy plans to attend college, after 
which she will become a legal secre- 
tary. A quiet individual, Kathy hopes 
to travel in Europe. 




KATHLEEN McLEOD 
27 Filomena St. E. 

Camping, C.Y.O., and studying astrol- 
ogy hold Kathy s interest. Known for 
her Snoopy sketches, she hopes to fur- 
ther her education and travel. 

Honors 11; Chorus 10; Pep Club 11. 
12; Stardust, Campus 11, Vt\N.O. W. 
12 



THOMAS J. McMAHON JR. 
120 Elmer Rd. S. 

An outstanding athlete, Tom is a great 
asset to our football and baseball 
teams. A successful college career lies 
in his future. 

Football 10, 11, Captain 12; Baseball 
10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11, 12 




RICHARD McMANUS 
567 Pond St. S. 

A guitarist in a rock band. Rick plans 
to become a professional entertainer. 
He enjoys motorcycles and sports cars. 

Chorus accompaniest 11. 12 





CHERYL A. Mc.MILLAN 
30 Central St. S. 

A part-time job keeps Cher busy. To 
become a secretary is her future am- 
bition. 



Library Assistant 12; 
F.T.A. 12 



Stardust 12; 



HELEN E. McQUAIDE 
106A Jos. Fern Ct. E. 

Working as an aide in a rest home, 
Helen hopes to become a R.N. She 
enjoys sports, sewing, and collecting 
records. 

Library Assistant 10; Stardust 12 




CYNTHIA J. McNIE 
10 Abbott St. S. 

Working as a secretary at South Shore 
Hospital and sewing occupy much of 
Cindy's time. She plans to enter the 
field of retailing and merchandising. 



SUSAN T. McSWEENEY 
14 Holmes Ave. N. 

A floor aide at Colonial Nursing Home, 
Sue spends her time travelling, prac- 
ticing karate, and collecting armed for- 
ces souvenirs. Becoming a registered 
nurse is her future plan. 

Stardust 12 





LINEA C. MEADE 
19 Beals St. N. 

Linea, noted for her attractive blue eyes, 
enjoys horseback riding. As of now. 
her future plans are undecided. 

Library Assistant 10; Cafe Help 11 




ROBERT MEARA 
895 Main St. S. 

Working at a book company and at 
a hospital takes up most of Bob's 
time. A future doctor, he enjoys listen- 
ing to music and auto racing. 

Conversation Club 11. 12; Wresding 
12; Senior Prom Comm. 12; Stardust 



BRIAN Q. MEDEIROS 
138 Oak St. S. 

Travelling, listening to music, skiing, 
and being with people are among Dar- 
von's pastimes. He also is interested 
in flying and hopes to someday own 
a charter plane business. 




SUSAN M. MEHRMAN 
365 Front St. W. 

A future artist. Sue enjoys sketching, 
sewing, and playing her guitar. She 
hopes to attend New England School 
of Art. 





NANCY P. MEILUN 
34 Fisher Rd. S. 

Nancy is attracted to people who have 
a good sense of humor. She enjoys 
cooking, dancing, and listening to rec- 
ords. College lies in her future. 

French Club 10; Pep Club 11. 12: 
Filmmaker's Club 12; Campus Sales 
11 




KAREN M. MELCHIN 
12 Winter Court W. 

Karen, an avid hockey fan. also likes 
to sew and cook. Her warm sense of 
humor will bring her success through- 
out life. 

Honors 10, 11: Tutor 10 



JEAX F. MERTEX 
84 Lakewood Rd. S. 

Now working at South Shore Hospi- 
tal, ""Men" hopes to become an X-ray 
technician. An active member of her 
C.V.O.. she also enjoys marching with 
the St. Francis Drum and Bugle Corp. 

Reflector Representative 10; F.B.L.A. 
12 




BRUCE C. MESKIMEN 
31 Xorma Ave. W. 

Bruce is energetic and full of fun. Xow 
working part-time, he hopes to further 
his education after graduation. 



Russian Club 10; Intrar 



lis 10 





WILLIAM A. MESSIER 
44 Robert Post Rd. S. 

Bill, president of St. Francis C.Y.O., is 
also active in its Drum and Bugle 
Corps. All kinds of sports are of 
interest to him. Bill hopes to attend 
a business school and then enter the 
Navy. 

Intramurals 10 




DENNIS F. MEYER 
56B Memorial Dr. E. 

Dennis likes to play baseball and lis- 
ten to records. He plans to enter the 
service after graduation. 

Intramurals 10 



EUNICE J. MICKLE 
42 Rustic Dr. S. 

Always smiling, Mickey enjoys music, 
reading, and just having fun. She 
plans to further her education. 

D.E.C.A. 12; Political Affairs 12 




JOHN M. MILLER 
4 Harland Rd. W. 

Attending college to major in engin- 
eering is in Jack's future. He works 
at Capitol Market and enjoys playing 
golf and basketball. 

Honors 10, 11; Intramurals 10; Rus- 
sian Club 10 





ROBERT E. MILLER 
36 Westminster E. 

Roger enjoys all sports, especially 
hockey. He would like to attend col- 
lege. 

Intramurals 10; Wrestling 11, 12; 
Football 12 



STEYFX G. MILLIGAN 
25 Oak Hill Rd. E. 

Steve, who can always be seen smoking 
his pipe, enjoys meeting new people. 
Active in Demolay, he now works as 
an orderly in a nursing home. A med- 
ical career awaits Steve. 

Chorus 10; Open House 10; J.M.S. 
V.C. 11, 12; Filmmakers Club 11 





SUSAN E. MILLER 
37 Bluff Rd. N. 

Sue works in a department store and 
when she has time, sews. Becoming a 
secretarv is in the future for her. 



STEVEN R. MILLS 
44 Rosalind Rd. X. 

Steve, who enjoys playing his guitar, 
can be found working at MacDonald's. 
He plans to enter the sen-ice after 
graduation. 




JANICE A. MILTON 
15 Merilyn Rd. S. 

Jan loves parties, horseback riding, 
and going to the beach. She is unde- 
cided whether to attend a business 
college or become an airline steward- 




STEVEN J. MILTON 
20 Crest Ave. E. 

Musically-inclined Steve enjoys play- 
ing all types of instruments, especially 
the drums. Collecting records, hunt- 
ing, and drawing are his favorite pas- 
times. 

Open House 10. 11. 12 



JODYNE MIRISOLA 
120 Gaslight Dr. S. 

A good dancer. Jody hopes to attend 
a business school. She looks forward 
to a happy marriage. 

Librarv Asst. 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




JOANN M. MOLISSE 
1434 Pleasant St. E. 

Going to football games and skiing 
take up most of Jo's time. 

Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 11; Campus 
11; Ski Club 12; National Honor So- 
cietv 11. 12 





BEVERLY M. MONTGOMERY 
19 Bonnie Rd. S. 

Always smiling. Bev plans to go to 
Spain and then become a Spanish 
teacher. Active in Rainbow, she enjoys 
reading, cooking, and swimming. 

Spanish Club 11. 12; Mrs. Weisskoffs 
Sec.; Re/lector 11; F.T.A. 11. 12; Pep 
Club 11. 12: Sr. Nom. Comm.; Langu- 
age Lab Ass t. 10; Russian Club 10; 
Mardi Gras 10. 11 




WILLIAM G. MONTILIO 
174 Front St W. 

A non-conformist. Bill enjoys the writ- 
ing of KahliJ Gibran. He plans to en- 
ter the field of public communications. 

Wrestling 10. 11, 12; I.M.C. 11. 12; 
Stardust; Language Lab. Aide 10. 11; 
Honors 10 



JAN M. MOONEY 
511 Summer St W. 

Moon can be seen dancing at the Surf. 
She is a fan of football, basketball, and 
hockey games. After graduation. Jan 
plans to attend a nursing school. 

Pep Club 11 




JUDITH A. MOORE 
43 Wingate Rd. E. 

Judy enjoys bowling and ice skating. 
Her wonderful sense of humor will in- 
sure her success as an elementary 
school teacher. 

High Honors 10. Honors 11: 
J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Spanish Tutor 11: Ski Club 11 





LINDA A. MORALES 
41 Wharf St. E. 

Linda enjoys playing records, dancing, 
and going to the threatre. Someday, 
she hopes to work for a newspaper. 

Camera Club 11 




DORIS A. MORAN 
36 South Ave. E. 

Bowling and ice skating are among 
Doris" favorite sports. She plans to 
become a secretary after graduation. 

Pep Club 11, 12 




RICHARD D. MROZ 
24 Ingrid Rd. W. 

"Stud" plans to enter trade school 
after graduation. He enjoys attending 
all athletic events. 

W restling Team 10 




DANIEL J. MULLEN 
389 Neck St. N. 

Painting, travelling, skiing and ice skat- 
ing are among D an "s interests. A tal- 
ented artist, he intends to pursue a 



HELEN MULLIGAN 
34 Saunders St. N. 

A career in data processing awaits 
Helen. She keeps herself busy work- 
ing at Raymond's Dept. Store, horse- 
back riding, and swimming. 

Political Affairs Club 12, F.B.L.A. 12 




JOSEPH F. MULLIN 
497 Broad St. W. 

Joe plans to attend college and major 
in physics. An active member of his 
C.Y.O., he also plays the tuba and 
guitar. 

Honors 10, High Honors 11: Band 
10, 11. 12; Political Affairs Club 12; 
Intramurals 10; Tutor 11; Science 
Club 12; Audio Visual 12; WHS- 
TV 11, 12; Stardust 12; N.O.W. 12 





MARTHA J. MULLIX 
160 Lakehurst Ave. E. 

Marti, who devotes much of her time 
to helping the mentally retarded, also 
works as a counter girl. She hopes to 
attend college and major in mathe- 
matics. 

Russian Club 10: Pep Club 11: Span- 
ish Club 12 




MARK E. MULREADY 
40 Shawmut St. E. 

Skiing, swimming, and playing soccer 
are among Mark's main interests. Very- 
active in C.Y.O., he is also president 
of the computer post 8 Club. He hopes 
to enter the field of chemistry. 

Honors 10. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 10. 11, 
12; Debate Club 11: Senior Class 
Plav 12: Sophomore Plav 10: Science 
Club 12: Russian Club' 10: Theater 
Arts 11; MardiGras 10, 11; N.O.W. 
12 



MARY H. MULREADY 
40 Shawmut Sl E. 

Mary, interested in art. hopes to con- 
tinue in this field after graduation. At 
present, working at Sears and reading 
take up much of her spare rime. 

Reflector Art Staff 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
12; Stardust; N.O.W.-kA Staff 12; 
Sophomore Play 10 




REGIN'A A. ML' LREADY 
172 Evans St. N. 

Gina's future plans include attending 
an IBM school and joining Vista. 
Bowling and working at Mammoth 
Mart are among her varied activities. 

F.B.LA. 12; Reflector 10 





DENNIS J. MURPHY 
16 Rustic Dr. S. 

Dennis is active in his C.Y.O. and the 
St. Francis Drum and Bugle Corps. 
He enjoys snow skiing and driving 
and hopes to further his education. 

Office Duty 11; Open House 10, 11 




EILEEN A. MURPHY 
43 King Ave. W. 

Dancing, going to practice, and work- 
ing in a nursing home interest "Red". 
She hopes to become a fashion model 
after graduation. 



JAMES G. MURPHY JR. 
28 Thomas Rd. S. 

"Murph." distinguished by his hair- 
cut, is co-captain of the football team. 
He is a delegate in the St. Francis 
C.Y.O. . a member of the Boston Cru- 
saders Drum and Bugle Corps, and 
works at Hanabury and Sons. 

Honors 10: Football 10. 11. co-capt. 
12: Weight-lifting 10, 11, 12; Inter- 
murals 10. 11. 12 




JAMES J. MURPHY 
48 Thompson Rd. N. 

James, known as Murphy, is very ac- 
tive in sports ... he also enjoys work- 
ing with cars. His ambition is to be- 
come a professional baseball player. 

Baseball 10. 11. 12: Football 10, 11: 
Hockey 12: Gymnastics 11: Student 
Council 10: Intramurals 10. 11. 12 





JANICE L. MURPHY 
46 Clark Rd. S. 

Among Janice's many interests are 
skiing, sewing, and a love of travel. 
Being a twin helps make her an in- 
dividual. Her future plans include be- 
coming a stewardess. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10: French 
Club 10; Campus Sales 11: Pep Club 
11: Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




JUDY MURPHY 
46 Clark Rd. S. 

Judv. nicknamed Murf. hopes to be- 
come a stewardess. At present, she is 
working as a cashier at Stop and Shop. 
Her hobbies include skiing and sewing. 

Honors 10. 11: French Club 10: Rus- 
sian Club: Campus 11; Pep Club 11 



SUSAN D. MURPHY 
15 Butler Rd. E. 

Sue can often be seen schussing down 
the ski slopes in winter. Now working 
at Mammoth Mart, she hopes toattend 
college. 

Office Help 10; Ski Club 12 




CHRISTINE M. MURRAY 
191 B. King Ave. \Y. 

Lively Chris enjoys attending parties 
and listening to soul music. Her future 
plans are undecided. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





ROBERT E. MURRAY 
158 Front St. W. 

Electronics, skiing, and watching car 
races take up most of Bob's time. His 
future plans include attending college. 

Lab. Ass't. 10; Honors 10; Science 
Club, Vice Pres. 12 




JUDITH A. MYERS 
473 Essex St. W. 

Judi works at Mammoth Mart . . 
she especially enjoys skiing. Afte 
graduation, she hopes to become ; 
hairdresser. 



JANICE M. NAGLE 
61 Robert Post S. 

Energetic and sincere, Janice is at- 
tracted to all types of people. She has 
hopes of becoming an elementarv 
school teacher. 

Theatre Arts 10; Political Affairs 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A. 11, 12; Span- 
ish Club 12; N.O.W. 12; Campus 
Soph. Editor 12 




JOHN NAGLE 
61 Robert Post S. 

John always livens up a classroom 
with his great sense of humor. He en- 
joys driving good cars and plans to 
study at the L'niversity of Maine after 
graduation. 

Football 10, 11, Manager 12; Weight 
Lifting 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10 





EDWARD W. NALBAND 
562 Pleasant St. S. 

Good-natured Ed, involved in numer- 
ous school activities, is sure to find 
success in whatever field he pursues. 

Honors 11; Student Council 10, 11, 
Pres. 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Golf 10; 
Class Pres. 10, 11; Weight Lifting 10, 
11, 12; Intramurals 10; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 




DAVID NASH 
33 Carson St. W. 

Dave, a proficient golfer, has won 
many tides. His amiable character 
will ensure success as a professional 
in this sport. 

Football 10; Basketball 10; Golf Co- 
Capt. 10, 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12: Ski 
Club 12: Spanish Club 12 



KEVIN F. NAUGHTON 
55 Holmes Ave. N. 

Kevin has various outside interests in- 
cluding surfing and skiing. To become 
an engineer is his future goal. 

Honors 10, 11; Football 10, 11, 12; 
Wresding 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 
10, 11, 12; Band 10; Science Club 12; 
Basketball Intramurals 10; Yollev 
Ball 11 




JAMES M. N EI LAND 
11 Athens St. N. 

Involved in several school organiza- 
tions, Jim enjoys all sports, particu- 
larly swimming. College bound, he 
will surely be a success in die business 
world. 

Honor Roll 10, 11; Spring Track 11: 
Intramurals 10: Kev Club 12; F.S.A. 
12; F.B.L.A. 12 





DOUGLAS V. NELSON 
1015 Main St. S. 

Sports-minded Doug enjoys water ski- 
ing and swimming. To enter the field 
of business is his future ambition. 




MARIE T. NEWMAN 
278 West St. W. 

Marie anticipates becoming a lab as- 
sistant. Her activities include, swim- 
ming, working, and sewing. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



JOSEPH A. NICASTRO 
935 Front St. S. 

Joe likes to draw his own conclusions 
rather than just accepting those of 
others. A conscientious worker, he will 
make a fine scientist. 

Honors 10, 11: Wresding Team 10 




GAIL A. NICKERSON 
108 Thompson Rd. N. 

Working at Grants, sewing, and bowl- 
ing are what Gail does in her spare 
time. She hopes to be a French major 
in college. 

Honor Roll 10; F.T.A. ll.Treas. 12; 
F.H.A. 12; Riding Club 11 




RICHARD F. NILES 
37 Johnson Rd. N. 

Jimi Hendrix and Joe Cocker are 
Rich's favorite musicians. He plans 
to either enter college or join the service 
after graduation. 

Kev Club 12; Baseball 10. 11 




ROBERT P. NILES 
37 Johnson Rd. N. 

Fun-loving Bob enjoys writing. He 
has no immediate plans for the future. 



KATHERINE M. NITCHIE 
50 Pleasant View W. 

One of "Nitch's" outside interests is 
working for human rights. With her 
fine sense of humor, she will be happy 
in whatever field she chooses. 

French Club 10; Russian Club 10; 
Political Affairs Club 11, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 12; Theater Arts Club 
Sec. 11; Conservation Club 12; Star- 
dust; -Math Team 11; Re/lector 11. 12 




KATHLEEN M. NOBLE 
30 Alta Rd. E. 

Busy Kathy is head of the spiritual 
committee for her C.V.O. Working at 
Hunt's, and playing her guitar take 
up most of Kathy 's spare lime. She 
plans to become a nurse and then join 
VISTA. 

Glee Club 10; Literary Club 10; 
Chorus 11. 12; Campus 1 1, Activities 
Editor 12; Ski Club 11; Reflector 12; 
Stardust 





ANNE.MARIE NOONAN 
44 Bradmere Way X. 

Teaching CCD. and working at Bur- 
ger King are two of Anne's outside in- 
terests. She also enjoys sewing and 
writing poetry. To be a free lance 
writer is her main ambition in life. 

Reflector 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Pep Club 
11; Stardust; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12 




ARTHUR I. NORTON 
60B Memorial Dr. E. 

Attending L'. of Mass. and majoring 
in science are in Arth's future plans. 
He devotes much of his time to C.Y.O. 

Lang. Lab. Aid 10; Senior Nominating 
Comm. 



BARBARA J. NORTON 
377 Neck St. N. 

All winter sports interest Barbara, es- 
pecially skating and skiing. She de- 
sires to become an airline stewardess. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown 
Coram. 12: F.B.L.A. 12 




ROBERT E. NORWOOD 
448 East St. E. 

A car mechanic, Bob hopes someday 
to build his own track machine. He 
also holds an interest in karate. 





PAUL C. NOURSE 
14 Lantern Lane W. 

Full of fun, Paul owns a 1934 Ply- 
mouth. After graduation, he plans to 
attend business school and then enter 
the field of photography. 



Talent Show 10, 11, 12; 
D.E.C.A. Pres. 12 



Club 11; 




RICHARD A. NYE 
98 Apple Tree Ln. S. 



Richard, tall and blonde, has hopes of 
attending college. 



DAVID H. NYLEN 
25 Meadow Lane S. 

David plans to become a printer after 
serving in the Navy. Hunting, play- 
ing the guitar, and working on cars 
are among his favorite pastimes. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




LORNA A. OAG 
458 Essex St. W. 

Attractive Lorna enjoys horseback rid- 
ing and sewing. After graduating she 
hopes to become a clerical worker. 

Cap and Gown 12; Campus 11; Ski 
Club 11 





RONALD F. OAKES 
53 Hilldale Rd. S. 

"Ollie" is active in DeMolay. He en- 
joys most sports, especially hockey 
. . . plans a career in engineering. 

Honors 11 




, BRIAN O'BRIEN 
27 Bardett St. N. 

Sports-minded Brian enjoys listening 
to jazz in his spare time. To be verv 
wealthy is his main goal. 

Student Government; Vice President 
W.Y.T.H.S. 



MARK G. O'BRIEN 
15 Jacquelyn Rd. \Y. 

" Obie " can be found working in Curtis 
Farms . . . enjoys playing his bass 
guitar. He aspires to become an elec- 
trical engineer. 

W.H.S.-T.V. 12; Key Club 11 




MAUREEN P. O'BRIEN 
115 Gr. Republic S. 

"Reenie" is well known for her shiny 
red hair and magnetic personality. 
Enjoys sewing, reading, and working 
at Jordan Marsh. She plans to become 
an airline stewardess. 

Political Affairs 12; F.B.L.A.; Stardust; 
Re/lector 12; Cap and Gown 12 





MOREEN A O'BRIEN 
207 Sea St. N. 

"Nonie" enjoys all sports, especially 
horseback riding and roller skating. 
Currently working at Grants, she hopes 
to become a buyer for a small depart- 
ment store in the future. 

D.E.C.A. 12 




PATRICIA A. O'DRISCOLL 
998 Main St. S. 

Pat enjoys tennis and sewing. She can 
be found working at South Shore 
Hospital as a typist. 

F.B.L.A.; Reflector Staff 



JAMES D. OKERFELT 
180 Moreland Rd. N. 

"Okie" works part-time at Murley's 
Citgo. His future plans include a ca- 
reer as a commercial pilot. Water ski- 
ing, skin diving, and working on his 
own car occupy most of his spare 



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LAWRENCE P. O'NEIL 
23 Lakeshore Dr. E. 

Larry looks forward to his weekends 
. . . tries to judge people equally. Col- 
lege lies ahead for him. 



JOHN C. OLIVERIO 
149 Sea St. N. 

"Oily" enjoys listening to hard rock 
and soul music. He plans to attend 
college. 




MICHAEL C. O'NEIL 
5 Georgia Rd. S. 

"Sklppy" likes to ski on the slopes in 
the snow. After graduation, he hopes 
to enter the service. 



JANET C. O'NEILL 
33 Great Hill Dr. N. 

Janet is considering majoring in either 
marine biology or journalism in col- 
lege. Surfing, sewing, and dancing are 
among her favorite pastimes. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Reflector 
10, 11, 12; Campus 12; Mardi Gras 
11; National Honor Society 11, 12; 
Geometry Tutor 10 




JANET E. OSTERMAN 
26 Carolyn Rd. S. 

Janet, an active student, also sews and 
works at Friendly "s. After graduation, 
she hopes to attend college to major 
in biology. 

High Honors 10. 11; National Honor 
Societv: French Club 10. 11,12;F.T.A. 
11, 12; Math Lab Aid 11, 12; French 
Tutor 10; Campus 12; Russian Club 
10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. PromComm. 





SUSAN M. OSTERMAN 
26 Carolyn Rd. S. 

Susan's favorite pastimes include read- 
ing and sewing. A friendly person, she 
is sure to be successful in college. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Campus 
12; National Honor Society 11, 12; 
French Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Russian Club 10: French Tutor 10 




JAMES D. OTERI 
114 Prospect Hill N. 

Jimmy can be found water skiing or 
building boats in his spare lime. He 
would like to construct airplanes in 
the future. 

Student Government 11 



B REND A M. O'TOOLE 
104 Weyham Rd. X. 

With her warm personality, Brenda is 
sure to be a success as a social worker. 
Participating in her C.Y.O. and bowl- 
ing are her favorite activities. 

Pep Club 11 




KATHERIXE J. OWENS 
103 Rinaldo Rd. N. 

Kathy hopes to attend Boston College 
and become a math teacher. She en- 
joys tennis, ice-skating, and sewing. 

High Honors 10. 11; Math Team 10, 
11, 12; Monitor 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; 
Math Club 10; Ski Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 
12: Riding Club 11; Math Lab Ass't. 
11. 12 




LINDA S. PALMIERI 
80 Holly Hill S. 

Linda, intelligent and concerned, finds 
relaxation in listening to folk music, 
sewing, and studying yoga. She hopes 
to be a sociology or psychology major 
in college. 

High Honors 10, 11; French Club 10, 
11; Pep Club 11, 12; Reflector 11, 12; 
Campus 11. Co-Editor 12; Dramatic 
Club 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Na- 
tional Honor Societv 11. 12; Stardust 
12 




SHARON A. OUELLET 
37 Meetinghouse St. E. 




MICHAEL OTOOLE 
104 W eyham Rd. N. 

Mike, a car mechanic, owns his own 
Dodge. After graduation, he plans to 
join either the Army or the Air Force. 




GEORGE R. PAGE 
73 Fuller Rd. N. 

George takes an avid interest in skiing. 
College lies in his future. 




PATRICIA A. PANARO 
860 Commercial St. E. 

Lively Pat plans to attend college after 
graduation. 




CYNTHIA C. OWEN 
105 Lambert Ave. E. 

Cindy's future plans include a career 
as a Pioneer Minister. In her spare 
time, she enjoys sewing and sketching. 

Honors 10, 11; Library Ass't. 10, 11, 
Sec't. 12 




DANIEL F. PALMER 
623 Pleasant St. S. 

Danny, who likes to draw, will be a 
success in the field of engineering. 
Working on cars is also one of his 
interests. 

Russian Club 12 




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Artistic and attractive"Sunshine"plant 
plans a future as an art teacher. Cur- 
rently, she works at Jordan Marsh 
and attends classes at Mass. College 
of Art. 

Orchestra 10, 11; Theatre Art, Pres. 
11; French Club 11, 12; Riding Club 
11; Campus 11; Art Staff Co-Editor 
12; One Act Play 11 




CAROL A. PALMER 
4 Veda Court S. 

Cute Carol enjoys all outdoor sports, 
especially ice skating, swimming, and 
sailing. She plans to attend college 
and major in math. 

Honors 10; French Club 10, 11, 12; 
F.T.A. 11, 12; Russian Club 10; 
N.O.W. 12; Campus 11; Senior Co- 
Ed. 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Stardust 12 



RICHARD PAPP 
35 Healy Rd. W. 

When not working. Ricli enjoys swim- 
ming, driving his boat, and water ski- 
ing. He hopes to attend college, but is 
undecided about his future plans. 

Intramurals 10; Winter Track 11 




ARTHUR P. PARA DICE 
159 Pond St. S. 

Art, an avid Boston Bruins' fan, en- 
joys hockey and hunting. He would 
like to attend Southeastern Mass. U. 
after graduation. 



ANN M. PARDO 
314 Columbian St. 

Ann keeps herself busy working at a 
part-time job and participating in her 
C.Y.O. activities. College lies in her 
future. 

French Club 10, 11, 12; Russian Club 
10; Tennis Team 1 1, 12; F.T.A. 1 1, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Reflector 12; Stardust; 
Honors 10, 11 




DIANA [. PARKER 
38 Bluff Rd. E. 

C.S.Y.F., skiing, and working at 
Christian Science Publishing House 
keep Di busy. She hopes to become an 
airline stewardess in the future. 

Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 11; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Reflector 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





RANDALL II PARKINSON 
450 Pine St. S. 

Among Randy's interests are mech- 
anics, water skiing, and boating. Now 
employed at Gem, he plans to attend 
East Coast Aero Tech. in the future. 

Intramurals 10 




PAUL R. PA TON 
18 Hinston Rd. E. 

Paul, a member of C.Y.O.,enjoy^play- 
ing basketball and golfing. He is 
bound for college after graduation. 

Key Club 12; Honors 10, 11 



ANN M. PKARSONS 
108 Great Hill N. 

Ann is involved in many school ac- 
tivities. She hopes to receive a liberal 
arts education at Alfred University. 

National Honor Societv 11, 12; High 
Honors 10, 11; French Club 1 1; F.T.A. 
11, 12; Riding Club 11; Pep Club 11; 
Glee Club 10, 11, 12; Stardust; Cam- 
pus 12 





KATHLEEN D. PERKINS 
45 Circuit Ave. W. 



When not working at Zayre, Kathy 
bowls or dances. Her future plans in- 
clude attending Katherine Gibbs Secre- 
tarial School. 

Intramurals 10: Riding Club 11, 12; 
Mr. O'Reilly's Sec't.; Pep Club 12; 
Honors 11 



NANCY A. PELLAND 
91 Fuller Rd. N. 

Nancy enjoys playing tennis, bowling, 
and waitressing. After graduation, she 
plans to become an airline stewardess. 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12; N.O.W. 12; 
Mrs. Wheeler's Sec't.; Shorthand Cert. 
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ROBERT J. PERKINS, JR. 
14 Petrell Park W. 

"Perk," after graduating, plans to pur- 
sue the sheet metal trade. 



JANE B. PERRY 
89 Seminole Ave. W. 

Jane is an avid sports spectator and 
swimmer. Her main ambition is to 
pursue a career in tl 




JOHN B. PERRY 
89 Seminole Ave. W. 

John is very interested in sports. After 
graduating, he plans to join the Navy. 





BARBARA J. PESHEK 
6 Bradmere Way N. 

A college education with a degree in 
French lies ahead for Barbie. She en- 
joys traveling and listening to music. 

High Honors 10, Honors 11; French 
Club 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 11; 
Chorus 10; Orchestra 11, 12; Campus 
11, 12; Stardust 




JAMES E. PETERS 
102 Sunrise Dr. N. 



Jim has no immediate plans for the 
future. 



TIMOTHY M. PETERS 
85 Park Ave. W. S. 

Open-minded Tim enjoys the Jeweler's 
Eye, hard rock music, and racing. 
He plans to become an advertising 
designer. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 




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KATHLEEN D. PETERSEN 
24 Genevieve Rd. E. 

"Chip," who doesn't believe in follow- 
ing the crowd, enjoys traveling and 
collecting records. Her future plans 
are undecided. 





MARY E. PETERSON 
332 Summer St. YV. 

To become a secretary is Mary's am- 
bition. She especially enjoys swim- 
ming. 

Honors 10, 11; Mrs. Magraw's Sect.; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12. 




CHARLES A. PETRIKAS 
49 Essex St. W. 

A sports enthusiast. Charlie plans to 
attend a business school . . . collects 
foreign cars. 

Intramurals 10; Cross Country 12 



PAUL J. PHILLIPS 
62 Putnam St. E. 

"J.C." plans to attend college. He en- 
joys playing the organ and working 
at Kelley's. 

High Honors 10, 11; Key Club 12; 
Tennis Team 10, 11, 12; Sr. Xom. 
Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Williams 
College Book Award; National Honor 
Society 11, 12 




SCOTT C. PHILLIPS 
111 Union St. S. 

Listening to records, especially those 
of Eric Clapton, and reading are 
among Scott's interests. He plans to 
see America after furthering his educa- 
tion. 





PAUL E. PICCUITO 
18 Coolidge Ave. \Y. 

To travel to Europe and learn Italian 
are among Paul's future plans. He 
enjoys watching and participating in 
the theatre. College lies ahead. 

Theatre Arts Club 10, 11, 12; Reflector 
11, 12; Stardust 




RICHARD C. PICCUITO 
273 Ralph Talbot S. 

Dick, who works at South Shore Hos- 
pital, will make an excellent inhalation 
therapist. He enjoys car mechanics 
and bowling. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 



GAYLE E. PICKERING 
322 Middle St. E. 

Gayle, natural and sincere, hopes to 
attend Program Systems Institute. She 
enjoys all types of skiing and cooking. 



VIRGINIA PIERCE 
84 Regatta Rd. N. 

Swimming and C.Y.O. basketball oc- 
cupy lots of Ginny's time. She antici- 
pates a career in nursing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Star- 
dust; Chorus 12; F.N.A.-Vice Pres. 11, 
12 





THOMAS S. PIETROSKI 
175 Elmer Rd. S. 

"Pit" works at Supreme Market and 
participates in a drum and buglecorps. 
He enjoys listening to records and 
drawing. College lies ahead. 

Ski Club 12; Chess Club 11. 12 




JAN E. PIPER 
73 Idlewell St. W. 

Polly, a member of the Weymouth 
Ecumentical Council, is also advisor 
of the youth fellowship at her church. 
Sewing, music, and silent films are 
her favorite activities. To attend a 
school of design is Polly's ambition. 

Honors 11; Mr. Clancy's Sect. 12; 
Political Affairs 12 



DEBORAH A. PITTS 
36 Holbrook Rd. N. 

Debbie, noted for her unique laugh, 
really goes for boys with brown hair. 
She particularly likes cooking and 
sewing. 




MARY E. PITTS 
11 Harborview Ave. N. 

Water sports and skiing interest Man-. 
To further her education and to travel 
are Man 's hopes. 

Future Teachers 11, 12; W.H.S.-T.Y. 
12: Political Affairs 12 





PAMELA J. PIZZI 
571 Pine St. S. 

To attend a junior college is in the 
future for Pam. Swimming and horse- 
back riding are among her favorite 
interests. 

Pep Club 11 




CYNTHIA A. PLOURDE 
60A Jos Fern Ct. E. 

Cindy likes to skate, water ski, and 
sew. She plans to go to work after 
graduation. 



W ILLIAM J. POLCSA 
15 Winona W ay X. 

Sports-minded Bill works at Cain's 
Restaurant. He plans to attend college 
and major in business administration. 

A.V. Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Junior 
Usher 11; Cap & Gown Comm. 12 



KATHLEEN A. PORTER 
12 Raycroft Ave. W'. 

When not working at Avant Stationers, 
Kathy is kept busy reading, sewing, 
and cooking. She hopes to become an 
elementary school teacher. 

Honors 10, 11; Sec. in Health Office 
10; French Club 12; F.T.A. 12; V.O. W. 
12; Stardust 





CHRISTINE L. POTTER 
53 Cranberry Rd. W. 

Fun loving Chris can be found work- 
ing at Pope Nursing Home. Her goal 
is to become an elementary school 
teacher. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10; Ski Club 
12; F.T.A. 12; Pep Club 12 




ROBERT POULIN 
231 Randolph St. S. 

Bob, who is active in De.Molay, also 
works at Curtis Farms. His goal is 
to attend college and become a lawyer. 

Monitor 10; Honors 11 



DAVID J. POW ELL, JR. 
61 Middle St. W. 

'"Boog" is known as the little kid with 
a big heart. All sports are tops with 
him ... he can be found playing 
C.Y.O. basketball and American 
League Baseball. He hopes to become 
an engineer. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11; 
Baseball 10, 11, 12 




MICHELLE M. POWER 
19 Fort Point Rd. N. 

Michelle can be found cheering our 
teams to victory. She particularly en- 
joys skiing, sewing, and folk music. 
To become a teacher is one of 
Michelle's future plans. 

Pep Club 11; Ski Club 11, 12; French 
Club 11; Cheerleader 12; Campus Seel. 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Stu- 
dent Council 10; National Honor So- 
ciety; Honors 12; High Honors 10, 11 






CHARLES E. QJJIRK, JR. 
16 Glen Rd. E. 

Chuck spends most of his time work- 
ing or playing sports. After gradua- 
tion, he hopes to further his education. 

Wrestling Team 10, 1 1 




DONNA M. QUIST 
491 Main St. S. 

Talented Donna teaches the clarinet. 
A warm person, she makes a fine 
worthy advisor of her Rainbow . . . 
a future French major. 

National Honor Society 11, 12; High 
Honors 10, 11; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Orchestra 10, 11; French Club 10, 11, 
12; Mardi Gras 10 



MARY E. RAE 
32 Driftway N. 

Maerae enjoys water skiing, painting, 
and ceramics. In the future, she hopes 
to become a high school teacher. 

Dramatic Club 10, 11, 12; Theatre 
Arts 11. 12: Sophomore Play; Ski 
Club 11. 12; Stardust; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Gymnastics 10 




CHRISTOPHER J. RALTO 
26 John Quincy W. 

Now enrolled in a computer program- 
ming course sponsored by the Ex- 
plorers, Chris hopes to major in space 
technology in college. Playing the gui- 
tar and collecting stereo tapes are his 
favorite past-times. 

Geometry Club 10; High Honors 10, 
11; National Honor Society 11, 12; 
Political Affairs Club 12; Science Club 
12 





JUDITH A. RAMACORTI 
10 Maltby Lane N. 

Several of Judy "s interests are dancing 
and collecting records. She hopes to 
become a bookkeeper after graduation. 

Honors 10 




ROBERT J. RAM PONT 
74 Durant Rd. S. 

"Apple" plans to attend Berkley School 
of Music. He is interested in all types 
of music and plays lead guitar in a 
rock and roll group. 



DONNA M. KAN I) 
47 Ford Rd. S. 



Lively '"Donut" works at Olden 'sPha 
macy. College lies ahead. 



French Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 
11, 12; National Honor Society 11. 




12; High Honors 10, 11 



KENNETH M. RANDALL 
148 Union St. S. 

A sports enthusiast. Ken especially en- 
joys fishing. C.Y.O. and working also 
take up lots of his spare time. College 
lies in his future. 

Intramurals 10 





RICHARD E. RAY 
487 Thicket St. S. 

Rich hopes to find an interesting job 
after attending college. He enjoys all 
sports, work, skin diving, and girls. 

Wrestling 10 




KAREN READON 
51 Judson Rd. W. 

Sewing, decorating, and constructing 
are among Kar's many interests. She 
hopes to become either a qualified 
secretary or an interior decorator. 

Lang. Lab. Asst. 10; Stardust 12 



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MAUREEN REARDOX 
23 Wetland Cir. W. 

W orking at Pope Nursing Home and 
horseback riding are among Mau- 
reen "s interests . . . claims she's not 
an individual. She hopes to become 
a dental assistant. 

Talent Show 10; Campus 11; Ski Club 
12; Pep Club 12 



DOUGLAS H. REED 
48 Weybosset St. N. 

Doug hopes to continue school after 
graduation and then go into the serv- 
ice .. . enjoys all sports. 





GARY D. REED 
28 Sterling St. W. 

Gary's busy schedule includes holding 
a job at Grant's, belonging to the 
Naval Institute, and serving as presi- 
dent of a computer club. He hopes to 
attend Annapolis. 

Russian Club 10; Chess Club 11, 12; 
Computer Club; Mardi Gras 11; Po- 
litical Affairs Club 11; Ski Club 12; 
N.O.W. 12 




JUDITH E. REEVE 
67 Heather Ln. S. 

Jud holds a job at Headquarters East. 
She can also be found at the Boston 
Tea Party or surfing on a big wave. 

Gymnastics 10; Russian Club 10; Li- 
brarian Asst. 11 



KATHLEEN E. REIDY 
42C Memorial Dr. E. 

Kathy. a member of the 35th Regi- 
mentals Drill Team, plans to go on 
to school after graduation. She enjoys 
both sewing and reading. 

Librarv Asst. 10 




PAUL L. REIDY 
208 East St. E. 

Boats especially interest Paul . . . can 
be found at any DeMolay meeting. 
After graduation he would like to be- 
come an officer in the Merchant 
Marines. 

Honors 10, 11; Junior L'sher; Key 
Club 12; Political Affairs Club 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





PETER J. REILLY 
269 Broad St. \Y. 

Outside interests for Pete include play- 
ing the guitar, coin collecting, and 
experimenting with electricity. Heplans 
to go on to college. 

Language Lab Asst. 




CLAUDIA REIS 
45 Endicott St. E. 

Always kind, Claudia enjoys meeting 
new people, school sports, and C.Y.O. 
Her future plans include college. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10: Talent 
Show 10; Political Affairs Club 12; 
Ski Club 12; Pep Club 12; Monitor 
12; Senior Prom Comm. 



MICHAEL A. REIS 
298 Central St. S. 

Friendly and active in most sports, 
Mike likes open-minded people and 
unusual activities. He plans to major 
in business management in college. 

Intramurals 10; Student Activity 10; 
Football 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10 




STEPHEN RENNIE 
21 Broad St. \V. 

C.Y.O. basketball and golf are among 
Steve's hobbies. He hopes to attend 
a law school after graduation. 

Honors 10, 11; Intramurals 10; Chess 
Club 11, 12 




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LINDA E. RESKE 
4 Columbian St. S. 

Ceramics and working at South Shore 
Hospital take up a great deal of 
Linda's time. A career in political 
science lies in her future. 

Reflector 11, 12; Library Asst. 12; 
Music Librarian 12; Stardust 12; Span- 
ish Club 10 




KATHLEEN L REYNOLDS 
51 Maple St. E. 



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Kathie enjoys singing, sewing, and 
reading. She aspires to be a pop 
singer. 

Clee Club 11, 12 



PETER [. RICHARDSON 
49 Whitman St. E. 

Peter is an enthusiastic fan of die Who 
and Led Zeppelin. Teaching or a ca- 
reer as an airline pilot lie in his future. 




CHRISTINE L. R IN ELLA 
34 Blackstone Rd. N. 

A likeable person, Chris plans to at- 
tend I.R.M. school. One of her ac- 
tivities is square dancing . . . enjoys 
mysteries. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Riding Club 11; Mrs. 
Berlandi's Sect.; Chorus 10 





DEBRA A. RITCHIE 
126 Park Ave. W. S. 

Debbie works at Kentucky Fried Chick- 
en .. . a sure success as an elementary 
school teacher. 

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Russian Club 10; Reflector Advertising 
11; Honors 10 




LEONARD J. ROAEN 
517 Middle St. E. 

Now a stockboy at Curtis Farms, 
Lenny hopes to attend college after 
graduation. His spare time is often 
spent sailing. 

Wrestling 10 



JANET E. ROBBINS 
14 Belmont St. W. 

Janet hopes to attend finishing school 
in the near future. Going in town and 
listening to good music are among 
her many interests. 




DEBRA J. ROBERTS 
114 Great Hill N. 

Debbie, cute and friendly, spends her 
spare time either sailing or working 
at Suburban TV. Her future plans in- 
clude college. 

Reflector Rep. 11; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Campus 12; Pep Club 12; French Club 
12 





DEBRA M. ROBERTS 
40 Browning St. W. 

Traveling really interests Debbie, as 
well as mod clothes. Much of her spare 
time is spent at the Jeweler's Eye or 
listening to records . . . college is in 
her future. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Russian 
Club 10: Lib. Asst. 10; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; French Club 12; F.T.A. 
12; Stardust 12; Political Affairs Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




KAREN L. ROBERTS 
147 Liberty St. S. 

Kay is a Pioneer Girl and a member 
of a Bible Club. She is considering a 
career in nursing. 

National Honor Society 11, 12; High 
Honors 10; Honors 11; Russian Club 
10; French Club 12 



DEBRA J. ROB IE 
22 Melody Lane S. 

Deb, who works at Olden's Drug Store, 
likes to meditate while listening to 
records. She anticipates a career in 
nursing. 

Spanish Club 11, 12; Future Nurses 
12: Honors 11 




BONNIE L. ROBINSON 
36 Butler Rd. E. 

Bonnie, who hopes to become an air- 
line stewardess, enjoys swimming, sew- 
ing, and boys with blond hair. Her 
smiling face will ensure her happiness 
in the future. 

Russian Club 10; Pep Club 11 





WILLIAM N. ROBINSON 
556 Ralph Talbot S. 

Sailing, skiing and talking to people 
hold Billy's interest. He enjoys attend- 
ing DeMolay and Church fellowship 
meetings as well as participating in 
the South Shore Philharmonic Or- 
chestra. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Orches- 
tra 10, 11, 12; National Honor So- 
ciety 11, 12; Dramatics 10; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 12 




MARCIA E. ROBITAILLE 
186 Sea St. N. 

Marcia, full of life, plans to attend 
design school. Always on the go, she 
can be found listening to music, danc- 
ing, or walking in the rain. 

F.B.L.A. 12; W.H.S.-T.V. 12; Stardust 
12; Political Affairs Club 12; Sect. 
Science Labs. 12 



MARILYN E. ROBSON 
40 Sea St. N. 

Marilyn, who hopes to travel some- 
day, now enjoys swimming, skiing, 
and bicycling. Planes and purple 
turtles intrigue her. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Honors 10 




KENNETH C. ROGERS 
16 Pierce Ct. N. 

Ken, concerned with today's youth, 
is active in T.O.W.S. He hopes to at- 
tend the University of Massachusetts 
of Boston. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 10, 11, 
12; Intramurals 10 





CATHERINE M. ROMANO 
1127 Commercial St. E. 

Boys, dancing, and writing letters are 
among Cathy's many interests. Be- 
sides working as a counter girl, she 
is secretary of her C.Y.O. . . . hopes 
to attend a business school. 

Office Help 10; Pep Club 11 




ELEANOR M. ROONEY 
799 Main St. S. 

Ellie, an active participant in her 
C.Y.O. activities, likes to see people 
smiling. She plans a future as an 
emplovee in an insurance agencv. 



ADELLE R. ROPER 
76 Vine St. W. 

Dell, who plans to further her educa- 
tion at a business school, enjoys watch- 
ing all sports. Her part-time job and 
sewing keep her busy during after 
school hours. 

Honors 10, 11 




LYNNE A. ROSEWELL 
63 Alroy Rd. S. 

Lynne enjoys all water sports, especial- 
ly boating. She hopes to attend college 
to become an elementary school 
teacher. 





PAUL A. RUDOLPH 
26 Wlngate Hd. E. 

"Rudy" enjoys all sporls especially 
skating. He hopes to become a printer. 

Sr. Norn. Comm. 




PATRICIA M. Rl'SCONI 
15 Oak St. S. 

Patti, an interesting person, loves deep 
snow and Cape Cod. Skilled in all 
kinds of art, she especially enjoys 
drawing and painting . . . also plays 
die guitar. 

French Club 11. 12; Cold Key Art 
Award 11; National Honor Society 
11. 12; Russian Club 10; Folk Song 
Assembly 10; Stardust 



ALICE M. KI SSELL 
380 North St. N. 

Summer U.is a special appeal for Alice, 
who is a lifeguard. She loves swim- 
ming and long ridges, but dislikes 
sad people. Her future could find her 
as a secretary. 

Riding Club 11; Chorus 10, 11; Glee 
Club 12; Senior Nominating Commit- 
tee; Mr. Horrigan's Sect.; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80 




DONNA E. RUTH 
37 Suwanee Rd. E. 

Tennis, ice skating, and traveling are 
only a few of Donna's many interests. 
She will hopefully become a book- 
keeper. 





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tary. 



EILEEN A RYAN 
15 W illiams Ave. S. 

I to soul music and watching 
it races interest Eileen. She 
t A. E. Barnes InsuranceCom- 
. aspires to become a secre- 




Shorthand 60. 80. 100; Mr. Hallo- 
wells Sect. 12; Miss Walter's Sect. 12 



KATHLEEN RYAN 
20 Willow Ave. N. 

Cute and friendly, Kathy especially 
enjoys sewing. In the future she hopes 
to attend college . . . holds a part- 
time job. 

Library Staff 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; 
Stardust Sales, Usherette; Political Af- 
fairs Club 11 



LOUIS J. ST. PETER 
190 Middle St. E. 

Dude, a real nonconformist, hopes to 
become a cabinetmaker. Painting and 
repairing things occupy most of his 
spare moments. 




LAWRENCE W. SAINT 
37 Altrura Rd. N. 

Larry, tall and friendly, excels in bas- 
ketball. He plans to further his educa- 
tion ... sure to be a success in any 
endeavor. 

Student Council 10. 11, 12; Basket- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Sr. Class Pres.; Math 
Club 10; Jr. Usher; Stardust 





JOSEPH C. SALAMONE 
586 East St. E. 

Joe, full of fun, is actively involved in 
the Jeweler's Eye coffeehouse. He's 
also the director of Weymouth's Folk- 
Rock Music Festival Committee. His 
future plans are indefinite. 

Honor Roll 10, 11; Winter and Spring 
Track Manager 10, 11, 12; Open 
House 10; Key Club 11 




PATRICIA A. SANNELLA 
61 Neck St. N. 

Babysitting, sewing, and a job after 
school take up most of Pat's time. 
After graduation she hopes to become 
a legal secretary. 



Chorus 10, 12; Ski Club 11; F.l 
12; Pep Club 10 



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JOANNE SANTACROCE 
1310 Pleasant St. E. 

A Rod McKuen fan, Joanne also en- 
joys making her own clothes. To enter 
the field of I.B.M. programming is her 
main ambition. 

Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Library 
Staff 1 1 




KAREN T. SARGEANT 
48 Holly Hill S. 

Becoming a certified public accountant 
after attending a business college lies 
in Karen's future. She works part 
time at Gem and enjoys watching stock 
car races. 

Monitor 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




WILLIAM N. SATTERLUND 
159 Summer St. W. 

A sports enthusiast, Sat plays church 
basketball, and especially enjoys 
aquatics. He hopes to continue his 
education in the fields of engineering 
and naval architecture. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Base- 
ball 10; Basketball 10 



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JOHN T. SCANNELL 
377 Summer St. \Y. 

Jack enjoys working on cars and pi 
ing pool. His future plans are 
decided. 



KATHLEEN A. SCHNEIDER 
80 Manzanetta Ave. W. 

An outdoor sports fan, Kathy enjoys 
horseback riding, boating, and swim- 
ming. Working at Star Market takes 
up much of her time. She plans to 
attend Bridgewater College to major 
in elementary education. 

F.T.A. 11. 12; Riding Club 12 




MARY T. SCHUSTER 
120 Pleasant St. W. 

Mary enjoys all summer activities, in- 
cluding her job at Malibu Beach. Al- 
ways considerate of others, she hopes 
to become either a teacher or a psy- 
chiatrist. 

High Honors 10, 11; Drama Club 10, 
11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Ski Club 12; Film 
Makers Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 





ROBERT SCOPPETTULO 
44 Circuit Rd. S. 

For Scopp, individuality means self- 
reliance. Interested in all sports, he 
works part time at Electro Switch, and 
listens to records in his spare time. 
Bob plans to go to college and become 
a teacher. 

High Honors 10; Math Club 10; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 12; Intramurals 10 




JAMES W. SEIKART 
79 Donnellan Cir. N. 

As of now. James has no future plan 



DONNA L. SEYMORE 
85 Appletree Ln. W. 

Donna, who teaches Sunday school at 
her church, also participates in Rain- 
bow activities. Reading, singing, and 
swimming also interest her. 

Honors 10, 11; Drama Club 10, 12; 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 12; Com- 
puter Club 11; Campus 12 




SUZANNE J. SHAKER 
7 Off 59 Parnell N. 

Sue prefers to be alone. She enjoys 
sewing and horseback riding. Her fu- 
ture includes a career in the fabric 
business. 





BRIAN A SHANAHAN 
92 Pierce Rd. W. 

Golf, swimming, and skin diving oc- 
cupy most of Brian's spare time. He 
works at South Shore Country Club 
and at Star Market. To attend ajunior 
college is among his future plans. 

Intramurals 10; Pep Club 12 



PAUL J. SHANAHAN 
33 Browning St. W. 

A real sportsman. Paul especially likes 
hiking, camping, and fishing. He 
hopes to attend either Franklin or 
Wentworth Institute. 

Cross Country 10. 11, 12; Winter 
Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 
11, 12 



LYNNE M. SHAW 
36 Babcock Ave. N. 

Attractive Lynne hopes to become a 
secretary or to attend a business col- 
lege. She enjoys sailing, skiing, and 
sewing. 

Chorus 10 




BERNADETTE M. SHEA 
21 Cherry Lane S. 

Bernie, who enjoys waterskiing, spends 
her summers camping in Maine and 
working at Zayre. After graduation, 
she hopes to work as a computer 
programmer. 

Honors 10, 11 





KEVIN V Mil- KHAN 
65 Cedar St. E. 

Kevin, an outstanding hockey player, 
also enjoys football, basketball, and 
baseball. After graduation, he hopes 
to secure a good job. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11. 12; 
French Club 10; Spanish Club 10 




KEVIN R. SHEEHY 
49 Great Hill Dr. N. 

After graduation. Kevin plans to join 
the Navy. All sports interest him, es- 
pecially water and snow skiing. 

Key Club 12; Ski Club 12; Pep Club 
12' 



PETER R. SHEERAN 
246 Green St. N. 

Peter enjoys playing all sports. As of 
now. he has no immediate plans for 
the future. 

Intramurals 10; Concert Choir 11, 12; 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 11, 12; 
Reflector 11. 12 




RICHARD S. SHELLENE 
426 Columbian St. S. 

Rick, the lead vocalist of the Ashbury 
Park Society," likes football, baseball, 
and girls with long hair. In the future 
he hopes to either enter the Marines or 
become a dental assistant. 

Intramurals 10; Wresding 10, 12 





DENISE M. SHEPPARD 
82 Prospect Hill N. 

Denise, who plays basketball for her 
C.Y.O., also plays tennis and skiis. 
Self-sufficient and determined, she will 
be successful as a college student. 

Ski Club 12; Spanish Club 12; F.T.A. 
12; Russian Club 12; Theatre Arts 11 




ROBERT P. SILENZI 
377 Front St. \Y. 

Bob, who works at Philbrick Nexus, 
enjoys hard rock music and soccer. 
In his spare time he plays the guitar 
and writes music. His future plans in- 
clude attending ajunior college. 



MARIANNE SIMON 
493 Pleasant St. S. 

Marianne plans to become a L.P.N. 
Her great sense of humor will make 
her a sure success. She enjoys both 
swimming and listening to WMEX . . . 
also likes participating in her youth 
group. 

Library 11. 12 




LINDA L. SIMONDS 
1 19 White St. S. 

Hard-working Lynn hopes to become 
an I.B.M. computer programmer. 
Much of her spare time is spent par- 
ticipating in her youth group. 

Honors 10; Reflector Sect. 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 12 





RAYMOND P. SINIBALDI 
57 Endicott St. E. 

President of his C.Y.O., "Baldo" plans 
to attend Curry College to become a 
sports broadcaster. He works part 
time at First National and also plays 
basketball for the Immaculate Con- 
ception C.Y.O. 



A. Y. 10; Office Worker 10; 
murals 10; Pep Club 12 



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ANN E. SIROIS 
213 North St. N. 

Anne hopes to travel and then become 
a bookkeeper. She likes to have a 
good time when not working at Turn- 
style. 

Honors 10; Library Staff 10; Pep Club 
10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



CLAIRE T. SIROIS 
213 North St. N. 

Part-time work at Star Market keeps 
Claire busy, but she still finds time 
to swim, ride, and sew. Her future 
plans include attending Framingham 
State to major in home economics. 

Honors 10, High Honors 11; Student 
Activity 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 
11; Riding Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




KENNETH P. SIROONIAN 
199 Mt. Vernon St. E. 

Ken, who likes to express his own 
opinions, hopes to attend college. He 
works part-time and finds time to par- 
ticipate in two youth groups. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Photography Club 
11; Political Affairs Club 11; F.T.A. 
12; Chorus 12; Orchestra 12; Ski Club 
12; Reflector 12 





DOROTHY M. SLATT 
250 River St. N. 

Listening to Jimi Hendrix and Bob 
Dylan takes up most of Dottie's spare 
time. She works part-time at a nursing 
home in Quincy. After graduation she 
plans to travel. 

Honors 10; F.B.L.A. 12 




DANIEL P. S LATTERY 
46 Cedar St. E. 

Slatts works part time at First Nation- 
al. He enjovs reading and playing 
basketball for his C.Y.O. In coliege, 
he would like to major either in his- 
tory or in languages. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10; Intramurals 10; Com- 
puter Club 11; Ski Club 11. 12: J.Y. 
Baseball 11; Honors 10 



DIANE R. SMITH 
117 Essex St. \Y. 

Listening to records, especially the 
Beatles and Creedence Clearwater Re- 
vival, takes up most of Diane's spare 
time. She hopes to travel to California 
where she will become a secretary. 




ELINOR F. SMITH 
237 Summer St. W. 

Although her job at Lerner's leaves 
her with few spare moments, Elinor 
still manages to take in a few football 
and hockey games. She hopes to at- 
tend college and become an elementary 
school teacher. 

Honors 10, 11; Chorus 10; Concert 
Choir 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 
12; Stardust 




KEVIN C. SMITH 
48 Rosalind Rd. X. 

W orking at MacDonald's part-time, 
bowling, sailing, and waterskiing take 
up most of Kevin's spare time. He 
plans to follow an apprentice course 
in carpentry. 




XAXCY I. SMITH 
21 Chard St. E. 

A future secretary, Xancy works part 
time at Montilio's bakery in Qjiincy. 
Sewing is one of her favorite hobbies. 



XOREEX G. SMITH 
152 Clinton Rd. E. 

"Reen," who works in Qulncy, collects 
bells and stuffed animals. She plans 
to enter the field of data processing. 




SANDRA M. SMITH 
14 Willow Ave. X. 

Skiing and bowling occupy much of 
Sandy's spare time. She hopes to at- 
tend a business school after gradua- 
tion. 




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SUSAX E. SMITH 
59 Clarendon St. S. 

Business school is ahead for Sue, but 
right now she's interested in skiing 
and reading. 




WARREN I). SMITH 
88 Torrey St. S. 

Photography, skin diving, and De- 
Molay are among Buzz's outside in- 
terests. He spends off-school hours 
working at the Radio Shack . . . 
hopes to attend college. 

W.H.S.-T.V. 11; Audio Visual 12 



ROBERT E. SNOW 
51 Great Hill Dr. X. 

Curly-haired Bob enjoys sailing and 
boating. An acolyte at his church, he 
plans to attend a prep school before 
entering college. 

Key Club 12; Pep Club 12 




LOIS X. SOBOL 
84 Anthony Rd. E. 

Lois, a member of the Y.W.C.A., en- 
joys sewing and cooking. To become 
an elementary school teacher is her 
future eoal. 



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V.O.W. 12; Ski Club 12; F.T.A. 





FREDERICK C. SORREXTO 
85 Mill St. W. 

Fred enjoys tinkering with cars and 
plans to continue in this field after 
graduation. 




LIXDA J. SPAXO 
721 Randolph St. S. 

Meeting people and traveling are 
among "Shorty's" main interests. She 
teaches Sunday school during her 
spare time . . . hopes to become a 
nurse. 

Chorus 10, 11; Debate Club 11 



JEAN D. SPARGO 
20 Rinaldo Rd. W. 

Jean, quiet and likeable, is a great 
sports fan. She spends her summers 
working at a camp on Cape Cod. A 
successful college career awaits her. 

High Honors 10, 11; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; 
Reflector 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; 
French Club 10. 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Sr. Xom. Comm. 




MARTIN J. Sl'KAR 
14 Cranch St. E. 

Marty, an active member of our gym- 
nastic team, also enjoys camping and 
mountain climbing. A college career 
is in his future. 

Band 10, 11; Gymnastic Team 10, 11, 
12 





WILLIAM T. SPEAR 
473 Pleasant St. S. 

Always ready with a joke, Bill is liked 
by all. He 'plays C.Y.O. basketball 
and bowls. After graduation, he hopes 
to enter the field of engineering. 

High Honors 10; National Honor 
Society 11, 12; Student Council 10, 
11, 12; Computer Club 11; Track 10, 
12; Basketball 11; Junior Usher; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 12 




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iv. Winthrop S. 



Happy-go-lucky Donna enjoys water 
skiing and horseback riding. In her 
future she sees a career as an airline 
stewardess. 

Riding Club 11. 12; Campus Secretary 
12; Reflector 11 



ROBERT L. SPENCER 
155 Circuit Ave. \V. 

Robert is a sports car and hockey 
enthusiast. His future plans are un- 
decided. 




IRENE M. SPILLANE 
164 Essex St. W. 

Irene is an avid fan of Traffic, Janis 
Joplin, and Paul Butterfield . . . plans 
to work for an airline after graduation. 

Shorthand Certificate 60, 80, 100 





MARGARET M. STRACHAN 
68 Robert Post S. 

Peggie enjoys painting and listening 
to music. A member of her C.Y.O., 
she also likes to watch football games. 
Her future plans include a job in the 
airlines. 

Honors 10. 11 




CAROL A. STRONG 
22 Vega St. S. 

Bowling and sewing are among 
Carol's varied interests. After gradu- 
ation, she hopes to attend a secretarial 
school. 



JOANNE M. SULLIVAN 
46 Village Rd. E. 

Joe enjoys skiing and sewing in her 
spare time. Her future includes a ca- 
reer as a dental assistant. 




MICHAEL C. SULLIVAN 
27 Hunter Ter. S. 

Mike likes people with a good sense 
of humor. Skiing and surfing are tops 
with him! His future plans include at- 
tending U. of Mass. and entering the 
computer field. 

Key Club 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Intramurals 10 





PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN 
371 Neck St. N. 

Pat's ambition is to attend college and 
become a home economics teacher. 
Her hobbies include sewing, cooking, 
and swimming 

Honors 10, 11; Stardust 




LINDA SUMSKI 
26 Curtis St. N. 

N'idge's interests range from dancing 
to watching baseball. Painting is an- 
other one of her outside activities. She 
believes that being yourself does not 
always make you a better person. 



ELAINE F. SWEENEY 
257B Lake St. E. 

"Sween" especially enjoys working 
with handicapped children, dancing, 
and quiet times at the beach. Shehopes 
to become a secretary and then travel. 




GAIL M. SWEENEY 
57 Welland Rd. W. 

A part-time job, swimming, and sew- 
ing occupy most of Gail's extra time. 
She dislikes people who put on airs 
. . . eventually hopes to become an 
airline stewardess. 

Dramatic Club 11 





THOMAS VV. SYVETT 
28 Quarry Ave. E. 

Tom, a member of Weymouth's folk 
rock music festival committee, is es- 
pecially interested in sports, driving, 
and girls. His future plans include be- 
coming a printer. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; National Honor 
Society. Merit Award 11 




ROBERT TAGG 
203 Green St. N. 

Bob, who has a great sense of humor, 
enjoys driving, working, and coin col- 
lecting. He hopes to enter the field of 
business management after gradua- 
tion. 



JOANNE TANKARD 
15 Linda Lane W. 

Joanne, an extrovert, is involved in 
many school and community activities 
— Rainbow, Camp Fire Girls, and 
Church fellowship. She hopes to be- 
come a math teacher, but now enjoys 
painting, reading, and sewing. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Reflector 11, 12; Cam- 
pus 11, Co- Editor Art Staff 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; National Honor Socie- 
ty 11, 12; High Honors 11, 12 




PATRICIA A. TAYLOR 
34 Norma Ave. W. 

Patti, who hopes to become a secre- 
tary, enjoys writing letters. Her othei 
interests include listening to music and 
skiing . 

Office Help 10 




ANN TESTA 
5 Elva Rd. N. 

Friendly and outgoing, Ann enjoys 
being with people. She participates in 
all C.Y.O. sports. After graduation, 
she hopes to attend Boston College 
to become a math teacher. 

High Honors 10; Honors 1 1; National 
Honor Societv 11, 12; Math Club 12; 
F.T.A. 11, Sec. 12; Spanish Club 10, 
11; Conservation Club 11; Tutor 11, 
12; Computer Asst. 11, 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12 




JAMES K. TAUBERT 
49 Idlewell St. \Y. 




JOAN A. TANSEY 
87 Lorraine St. E. 

Even with her many school activities, 
Joan still finds time for C.Y.O. and 
Rainbow. Her future includes a career 
as either a probation officer or a 
teacher. 

Talent Show 10, 11, 12; Gvmnastics 
10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11, 12; Pep Club 
12; Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Monitor 10; Mardi 
Gras 11, 12; Theater Arts 11; Political 
Affairs Club 12 




SUSAN M. TAYLOR 
12 Princeton Ave. N. 

Sue's spare time activities include work- 
ing with retarded children and corres- 
ponding with people in other countries. 
She hopes to enter a business school 
in the future. 

J.M.S.Y.C. 12; Pep Club 12 




LINDA J. TETREAULT 
729 Middle St. \Y. 

"Bird" enjoys listening to the Beatles, 
horseback riding, and bowling. She 
hopes to attend a business college or 
become an airline stewardess. 

Reflector 12 




JAMES E. TAYLOR 
11 Harvard St. W. 

Jet likes all water sports, especially 
boating, fishing, and water skiing. 
College lies in his future. 

Spanish Club 10; Kev Club 12; Ski 
Club 12; Pep Club 12 




ELLEN M. TERRY 
18 Ranger Cir. S. 

Ellen presendy holds a part-time job 
at Jordan Marsh. She hopes to work 
in the merchandising field in the near 
future. 




Jim, Weymouth's candidate for pro- 
fessional football, enjoys playing all 
sports. A career in business adminis- 
tration or physical education is his 
goal. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10,11, 
12; Track 11, 12; Monitor 10; Base- 
ball 10 




MICHAEL P. TEASDALE 
109 Sunny Plain W. 

"Tease," a valuable member of both 
our football and track teams, isknown 
for his great sense ofhumor. A success- 
ful college career lies ahead. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 
11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Stardust 




DIANE E. THOMAS 
56 Keating Cir. S. 

Di, a friendly person, is in St. Francis' 
Drum and Hugle Corps. She enjoys 
knitting, skiing, and listening to folk 
music. Her future plans include attend- 
ing Mass. General Hospital to become 
a nurse. 



High Honors 10, Hon 
matic Club 10; Math CI 
11, 12; National Hone 
12; Theatre Arts 11; Spa 
Sr. Prom Comm. 12 



11; Dra- 
0; F.N. A. 
Kiety 11. 
Club 12; 




WILLIAM f. THOMAS 
75 Durant Rd. S. 

Surfing and tennis are two of 
"Toogie's" favorite sports. Now work- 
ing at Dennison Press, he plans to 
enlist in the Navy after graduation. 



JUDITH M. THOMPSON 
568 Ralph Talbot S. 

Helpful and considerate, Judi has de- 
cided on a career as either a social 
worker or an elementary school teach- 
er. In her spare time, she is an active 
participant in T.O.W.S. . . . likes both 
hard rock and folk music. 

F.T.A. 11; Drama Club 10, 11; Rid- 
ing Club 1 1 




MICHAEL R. TIERNEY 
48 Oreenwood Ave. E. 

Mike, who runs a mile or two every 
day, also likes to read. His interest in 
athletics will ensure him success as a 
sports announcer. 

Work Study 11 





ROBERT J. TISE 
20 Belmont St. W. 

Cars, boats, and sports are among 
Bob's main interests. He also works 
at McDonald's . . . hopes to attend 
college. 



Intramural: 
Club 12 



10; Key Club 12; Pep 




GEORGE R. TITUS 
246 Union St. W. 

You can usually find George relaxing 
in Stella Tirell Park or working at 
Tony's Spa making pizzas. He en- 
joys skin diving and sailing . . . 
plans to enter the field of engineering. 

Honors 10; Math Lab. Asst. 11, 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



CATHERINE M. TO LAND 
11 Black Hawk Rd. S. 

Talkative Cathy keeps busy marching 
in a drum and bugle corps and work- 
ing at a drug store. She hopes to be- 
come an English major in college. 

Honors 10; Russian Club 10 




FRANCIS J. TOLAND III 
11 Black Hawk Rd. S. 

Working occupies most of Frank's 
time. A career in business administra- 
tion awaits him after graduation. 





JOANNE M. TOMA 
74 Weyham Rd. N. 

Designing jewelry and listening to 
Nina Simone are two of Joanne's many 
interests. Natural, sensitive, and 
broad-minded people attract her. Upon 
graduation, she anticipates a career 
as a silversmith. 

Honors 10; Theater Arts 11, 12: 
Stardust 




DONNA L. TOMPKINS 
41 Riley Ave. E. 

Donna, who likes to make people 
laugh, enjoys spending money, riding 
horses, and attending her C.Y.O. meet- 
ings. To become a secretary is her 
future goal. 

Ski Club 12; Riding Club 12 



DONALD M. TONER 
7 Pleasant View \Y. 

Donald spends his time keeping his 
car in top condition. He plans to be- 
come a general contractor and join 
the Carpenter's Union. 

Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Supervisor of 
Cafeteria Layout 10, 11, 12; Student 
Advisory Board 11, 12; Student Coun- 
cil 11 




ELIZABETH M. TOOHEY 
119 Pleasant View W. 

A cute redhead, Liz enjoys horseback 
riding and sewing. Working at Grant's 
also keeps her busy. 

Campus 11; Riding Club 12 





DIANNE M. TRAKNIS 
240 Union St. S. 

"Trak" spends most of her time sing- 
ing, playing the guitar, and writing 
poetry. She hopes to continue her edu- 
cation at the University of Mass. 

Dramatic Club 10, 11; Sophomore 
Play; Theatre Arts 11; Pep Club 11, 
12; Stardust 




JAMES TRAVERS 
66 Brae Rd. N. 

As of now, Jim has no immediate 
plans for the future. 



MARY A. TRAVERS 
2 Petrell Park W. 

Man,-, small and sweet, is a salesgirl 
at Jordan Marsh. All sports hold her 
interest. Her future plans include 
college. 

High Honors 10, Honors 11; Cheer- 
leader 11, 12; National Honor So- 
ciety 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 




MICHAEL A. TRAVERS 
1799 Commercial St. E. 

A future Green Beret, Trav enjoys 
working on cars. Water skiing and 
swimming are tops with him. 

Office Duty 12; Monitor 11, 12 





MAUREEN A. TREACY 
89 West Lake Dr. W. 

Moe enjoys listening to music by Judy 
Collins, Jani Mitchell and Janisjoplin. 
She plans to major in English. 

Honors 10; Theatre Arts Club 11 




LEE A. TRINGALI 
106 Green vale St. W. 

Petite Lee enjoys sewing and collecting 
foreign dolls. She is also entertained 
by sports . . . college lies ahead. 

Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 11. 12: 
Drama Club 10. 11; Math Club 11. 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Theatre Arts 
Club 11, 12; High Honors 11: Na- 
tional Honor Society 11 



FELICIA VAN EDEN 
60 Weybosset St. N. 

"Fifi," noted for her unusual laugh, 
enjoys dancing and listening to good 
music. She hopes to attend a business 
school to become a secretary. 

Pep Club 11; Riding Club 11; Reflector 
11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




ROBERT E. VIAU 
721 Commercial St. E. 

A fan of the "Cream," Bob works part- 
time at Delorey's. A talented artist, 
he hopes to attend Mass. College of 
Art. 




RUTH A. VI TALE 
160 Heritage Ln. W. 

Intelligent Ruth is talented in many 
areas - gymnastics, music, and art. 
A successful career in oceanography 
awaits her. 

Cheerleader 12; Talent Show 10, 11. 
12; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; National 
Honor Society 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Reflector 12; Ski Club 12; Sr. 



Norn. Comm. 12; 
Comm. 12 



and G 




ANITA L. VOSMUS 
229 Lakeshore Dr. W. 

Anita's hobbies include collecting 
stamps and insects. She plans to at- 
tend a business college to become a 
legal secretary. 

Theatre Arts 11, 12; WO. II'. 12 



[OSEPH E. WALKER 
180 Green St. N. 

Joe likes swimming and playing golf. 
He plans to work in die field of com- 
puters in the future. 

Intramurals 10; Spring Track 12; Pep 
Club 12; Key Club 12 



BARBARA R. WALKUP 
15 Intervale Rd. E. 

Charitable Barbara does volunteer 
work in the Cerebral I'alsy Monitor- 
ing Program. She plans to go to col- 
lege to become an occupational thera- 
pist. 

Stardust 





MICHAEL WALLACE 
37 Roseen Ave. W. 

"Wally" is a member of his C.Y.O. 
basketball team and a golf league. 
He hopes to attend college after 
graduation. 




CHERYL J. WALSH 
167 Central St. S. 

Cheryl has hopes of becoming a stew- 
ardess. When not working at Jordan 
Marsh, she enjoys horseback riding, 
swimming, and sewing. 

Campus 11; Honors 10 



DARLENE C. WALSH 
155 Lambert Ave. E. 

Darlene's interests lie in skiing and 
playing miniature golf. She spends 
much of her time working and having 
fun . . . loves to laugh. 

Honors 10, 11; National Honor So- 
ciety 11; Ski Club 11, 12; Russian 
Club 10 




JEANNE M. WALSH 
90 Wingate St. E. 

Outgoing and energetic, Jeanne is in- 
volved in many community and school 
affairs. She spends a lot of her time 
playing the guitar and singing at the 
"Jewlers Eye." She plans to attend 
college after graduation. 

Theater Arts 10, 11, 12; Talent Show 
10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Star- 
dust; Spanish Club 10; W.H.S.-T.V. 
12; Pep Club 11 




JOHN G. WALSH 
15 Red Jacket Rd. S. 

Jack, who is employed at a gas station, 
enjoys working on cars and building 
hot rods. He is undecided about his 
future plans. 




JOHN J. WALSH, JR. 
4 Judson Rd. W. 

Jack, an avid hockey player, also 
likes basketball, baseball, and foot- 
ball. He hopes to attend U. of Mass. 
next year. 

Wresding 10; Pep Club 12 



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ELIZABETH A. WALTERS 
741 Main St. S. 

Betsey spends her time reading, listen- 
ing to records, and watching all kinds 
of movies. After graduation, she plans 
to further her education. 

Dramatic Arts 10, 11. 12; Library 
Asst. 11; Film Makers Club if; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Stardust 




BRIAN (;. WARREN 
11 Cedar St. E. 

Brian, who likes cafeteria studies and 
playing the drums, plans to become 
an engineer after college. He enjoys 
being with his friends and 1970 Cor- 
vettes. 

Student Council 10; Talent Show 10 




GLENN R. WARREN 
11 Cedar St. E. 

Sharp looking clothes, playing the or- 
gan, and coin collecting characterize 
Glenn. He plans to serve in the Navy, 
after which he will begin a career in 
the music field. 

Talent Show 11, 12; Ski Club 12 




KENNETH W. W ATKINS 
21 Curtis St. N. 

Ken, a lover of sports, works part- 
time at a heating and air-conditioning 
shop. He dislikes "followers of the 
crowd." After graduation, he plans 
to go to a technical school. 

Intramurals 10; Track 12; Kev Club 
12; Honors 10, 11 



ERIC W. WAUGH 
71 Swan Ave. S. 

Eric works at McGaw's News. He 
enjoys listening to records and play- 
ing cards . . . dislikes conceited peo- 
ple. Business school lies ahead. 




JUDITH M. WECKBACHER 
21 Richmond St. W. 

Vivacious Judie likes sincere people. 
She works part-time at Grant's restau- 
rant and enjoys Softball and baseball 
games. After graduation she plans to 
travel. 

Campus; Library Sec. 12 





PATRICIA J. WEEKS 
83 King Ave. W. 

Much of Pat's time is spent working, 
playing basketball, or bowling. After 
graduation, she plans to become a 
bookkeeper. 

F.B.L.A. 12; F.H.A. 12 




THOMAS F. WELCH 
34 Estabrook Rd. W. 

Tom enjoys listening to the Beades 
and Joan Baez. Playing football, swim- 
ming, and working at "Ho-Jo's" take 
up much of his spare time. He plans 
to attend college after graduation. 

Political Affairs 11. 12: Winter Track 
11; Spring Track 11, 12: Weighdifting 
11, 12; Stardust 



BRADLEY F. WEDLOCK 
84 Hawthorne St. E. 

All sports appeal to Brad, especially 
golf and swimming. He hopes to at- 
tend college to become a marine biolo- 
gist. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10; Intra- 
murals 




KATHY A. WESTFALL 
912 Main St. S. 

Kathy is an active member of St. 
Francis Drum and Bugle Corps and 
C.Y.O. She plans to attend college after 
graduation. 

Honors 10 




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CHARLES S. WHITE 
11 Old Country Wy. W. 

An involved student, Charlie intends 
to pursue a medical career. Musicand 
art are among his many interests. 

High Honors 10, 11; Drama Club 10, 
11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Talent 
Show 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; 
N.O.W. Co-Editor 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; W.H.S.-T.V. 11, 12; Student 
Council 12; Harvard Book Award 11; 
National Honor Society 11, 12 




LINDA I.. W HITE 
182 Pierce Rd. \Y. 

Linda loves painting, skiing, and 
horseback riding. She would like to 
attend Northeastern L'niversitv next 



Library Staff 12; Pep Club 10; Lan- 
guage Lab Aid 10; Sr. Prom Comm. 
12; Political Affairs 12 



NANCY M. Willi E 
44 Abigail Adams N. 

Musical Nancy gives flute lessons in 
her spare time. She is active in Rain- 
bow, Horizon, and church fellowship. 
She plans to go on to college next 
year. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 11. 12: 
French Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Theatre Arts 11; Campus 12; Stardust 




LINDA WIGGINS 
15 Lillian Rd. E. 

A sincere person; "Wig" enjoys the 
music of Isaac Hayes and dancing. 
She plans to work after graduation 
. . . hopes to further her schooling 
later. 

Honors 10, 11; Sec. 12 





JOYCE ANN WILL 
15 Village Rd. E. 

Likeable Joyce especially enjoys skiing 
and soul music. She plans to travel 
before entering college. 

Ski Club 11 




DONNA WILLIAMS 
28 Peter Rd. N. 

Gay and active in school functions. 
Donna "loves to eat." She plans a 
career as a nurse. 

Home Room Rep. 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 11; Star- 
dust: Monitor 12 



KAREN L. WILLINDER 
255B Lake St. E. 

Karen loves today's music and all 
the new dances. She also enjoyswatch- 
ing Weymouth's football and baseball 
games. After graduation she hopes to 
secure a secretarial job. 

Senior Nom. Comm.; National Honor 
Society; Shorthand Certificate 60, 80; 
High Honors 10, 11 




LVNETTE C. WILSON 
251 Green St. N. 

Willy enjoys dancing and is crazy 
about cars. In the future she plans to 
travel. 





KAREN F. WING 
565 Front St. W. 

Karen's favorite activity is horseback 
riding. Now working at Jeu Rona 
Nursing Home, she hopes to attend 
business school after graduation. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 




MARTHA M. WINSHIP 
23 Worthen Ave. W. 

Listening to music, playing the guitar, 
and reading are several of Martha's 
favorite pastimes. She plans to attend 
college and become a social worker. 



MARILYN B. WINTER 
179 Moreland Rd. N. 

Marilyn, who now works as a cashier, 
has hopes of entering the world of 
fashion. Sewing, C.V.O., and hide kids 
are her favorites. 

Pep Club 11; Stardust 




DEBRA K. WOOD 
66 Harding Ave. W. 

Debbie would like to attend either a 
nursing or a secretarial school. Sh< 
spends her spare time sewing, reading 
and playing tennis. 

Pep Club 11 




SUSAN M. WORKMAN 
14 Oak Hill Rd. E. 

Sue enjoys horseback riding, swim- 
ming, and sailing. In the future, she 
hopes to teach mentally disturbed 
children. 

Honors 10, 11; French Club 10; 
Drama Club 10; Folk Song Show 10; 
Riding Club 1 1; National Honor So- 
ciety 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 




MARK C. WOJCIECHOWSKI 
42 Granite St. W. 




JANET L. WIRTANEN 
81 Bald Eagle Rd. S. 

Janet, presently employed at Freeport 
Cleaners, is considering a career in 
art. Bowling and ping-pong are sev- 
eral of her pastimes. 




DEBORAH WOODFORD 
122 Bald Eagle S. 

Debbie likes to listen to her Bill Cosby 
albums . . . working at Supreme also 
keeps her busy. She is looking forward 
to a secretarial job. 

F.B.L.A. 12; National Honor Society 
11; Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80, 100 




RICHARD A. WRIGHT 
28 Bursley Rd. N. 

Jefferson Airplane and Mothers of In- 
vention really appeal to Dick. He 
prefers to do what he pleases, not 
worrying about the next guy. College 
is his main hope. 

Student Government 12 




LYNDA M. WOLF 
43 Hilldale Rd. S. 

Lynda, who detests gym classes, can 
be found working as a salesgirl at 
Jordan Marsh. Her interests include 
reading, sewing, and skiing . . . future 
plans include attending a junior 
college. 




MARILYN L. WORCESTER 
2 Winter St. W. 

Mai, an avid Weymouth football fan. 
intends to become a beautician. In her 
leisure time, she enjoys horseback rid- 
ing and sewing. 

Pep Club 11. 12 




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"Wogia," a ham radio operator, also 
enjoys working with sports cars. To 
become an oceanographic researcher 
is his future goal. 

Open House 10; Honor Roll 10 



e 




JOHN R. WOOTEN 
91 Federal St. W. 

The Bruin's are tops with "Woot!" 
He keeps himself busy by working and 
playing all sports ... a future North- 
eastern graduate. 

Intramurals 10; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 




JOSEPH P. YOUNG 
11 Lakeside Ave. E. 

Joe hopes to enter the Air Force after 
graduation . . . holds a part-time job 
at Grossman's as a driver and an 
auto painter. 




RUTH E. YOUNG 
111 Holly Hill S. 

Skiing, working, and sewing take up 
most of Ruth's time. A fine artist, she 
will surely be successful at an art 
school. 



Honors 10. 11; Campus 12; Ski Club 
12 



MICHAEL F. /'AG ROD NY 
326 Front St. \Y. 

Mike, who enjoys the finer things in 
life, is undecided abouthisfutureplans. 




STEPHEN T. ZELLA 
127 Puritan Rd. E. 

/ill. a quiet student, plans to 
college after graduation. 





JOHN P. ZEMOTEL 
363 Neck St. N. 

Jay, a part-time cook at the Red Coach 
Grill, plans to attend college to major 
in psychology ... he dislikes people 
who cut in line. 

Reflector 12: Wresding 12 




GERALD D. ZEOLI 
8 Upland Rd. \Y. 

A real outdoorsman, Gerry enjoys 
drag racing, hunting, and fishing. 
After graduation, he hopes to study 
geology or become a park manager. 

Conservation Club 12 



STEPHEN F. WARREN 
22 Revere Rd. E. 

Comical Steve will surely make the 
most of his vocational training. 




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FOOTBALL 



Weymouth 
Brookline 16 
North Quincy 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 12 
Quincy 
Arlington 6 
Salem 16 
Weymouth 8 



at Lowell 9 
at Weymouth 27 
at Weymouth 28 
at Newton 7 
at Waltham 14 
at Weymouth 6 
at Weymouth 14 
at Weymouth 14 
at Brockton 14 



Under the direction of Coach Wheeler, 
our team engaged in power-packed, ex- 
citing football. Contributing to Wey- 
mouth's outstanding performance were 
such players as Tom McMahon, Jim 
Taubert, Paul Dempsey, and Dana 
Morse. One of the highlights of the 
season was the traditional game played 
against Quincy High School in which 
the Maroons emerged victorious. If the 
efforts of next year's two squads parallel 
the efforts of this year's team, successful 
seasons lie ahead. 



Front row, left to right: M. Crehan, R. Gilbert, T. Gentile, D. Martell. J. Taubert, T. McMahon, J. Murphy, B. Grant, J. Xagle, 
K. Naughton, C. Dorman, J. McGann; Second row, Goach Hayes. R. Alabiso, D. Powell. E. Xalband. P. Dempsey, P. Higgins, 
R. Morin, M. Teasdale, W. Hickey, S. Meade, \V. Moody, D. Morse, Goach Wheeler; Third row, Goach Player, D. Noble, 
J. Mulfahey, S. Greenwood, 1). McLoughlin, J. Trotto, B. Johnson. J. Wadland, M. Barnes, S. Wellock, R. Horton, Goach 
Barton; Back row. Goach McPherson, J. Murdock, G. Carver, J. SchaHenburger. B. Drinkwater. D. Shaw. P. Growley, S. 
Molignano, M. LoSordo. M. Ghicarelli, Mr. Ellis (Statistician). 








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Alumni 74 
Newton 81 
Weymouth 57 
Weymouth 64 
Weymouth 74 
Weymouth 67 
Weymouth 46 
Brockton 67 
Weymouth 65 
Weymouth 41 
Weymouth 51 
Brookline 71 
Newton South 58 
Weymouth 67 
Cambridge 72 
Rindge 61 
Weymouth 49 
Waltham 51 



at Weymouth 73 
at Weymouth 60 
at Quincy 55 
at Brookline 76 
at Newton South 66 
at Arlington 67 
at Rindge 54 
at Weymouth 59 
at Waltham 49 
at Cambridge 62 
at Newton 57 
at Weymouth 65 
at Weymouth 73 
at Arlington 65 
at Weymouth 54 
at Weymouth 66 
at Brockton 78 
at Weymouth 53 




Front left to right: E. Davenport, B. Gardner, B. Balcom, Capt. L. Saint, D. Harrington, B. Bennett, M. Buckley. Rear left to 
right: P. Crowley, J. Bailey, P. Kane, D. Totman, J. Threlfall, B. Coyne, J. Oag. 



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HOCKEY 




The 1969-70 Weymouth High 
School Hockey team was a new team 
in the new Suburban League. Only four 
regulars returned from last year's win- 
ning team. Senior Joe Lamm was back 
as was last year's second line of Paul 
Haley, Wayne Douglas, and Steve 
Wrye. 

Mr. Dempsey had the task of choos- 
ing a new team from the eighty candi- 
dates who wished to make the squad. 

The team started slowly, registering 
a 3-4-2 record in the first half of the 
season. The young team gained experi- 
ence and compiled a respectable 6-2-1 
record in the remaining games. 

Seniors Bob Goggin, Charlie Dor- 
man, and Joe Lamm played an import- 
ant role in Weymouth's second half 
success. 

In the year end all-star balloting, 
Steve Wrye was chosen for the second 
team. Honorable mentions were ac- 
corded to Bob Goggin, Paul Haley, 
Wayne Douglas, and "Bo" O'Shaugh- 
nessy. 

With the loss of only three players, 
it would seem that a fine year lies 
ahead. Tempering this thought is the 
reality that the squad will be divided 
into two teams in the strong Suburban 
League. 





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Front row, I. to r.: P. Smith, R. Buckley, D. McQuade, B. Collins, P. McTighe, M. Xalband. Second row, L to r.: 
Coach Donovan. S. Burke, M. Purdy, K. DiFazio, R. MacKenzie, J. Redfearn. Missing: D. Prescott. 




Weymouth 




North Quincy 


Weymouth 


5 


Waltham 


Weymouth 


2 


Brockton 2 


Weymouth 


3 


Arlington 8 


Weymouth 


3 


Cambridge Latin 5 


Weymouth 


1 


Brookline 6 


Weymouth 


9 


Rindge Tech 4 


Weymouth 


1 


Newton 2 


Weymouth 


1 


Hingham 1 


Weymouth 


3 


Winchester 1 


Weymouth 


6 


Rindge Tech 


Wey mouth 


2 


Waltham 


Weymouth 


10 


Brockton 2 


Weymouth 


8 


Arlington 1 


Weymouth 


6 


Cambridge Latin 3 


Weymouth 





Brookline 6 


Weymouth 


2 


Newton 1 


Weymouth 


1 


Hingham 1 




WRESTLING 



The Weymouth wrestling team, al- 
though compiling a 7-4 record, was 
inspired by Coach Jannino to finish 
third in the tough Northeastern Massa- 
chusetts Tournament. Of the twelve men 
on the team, only six scored for Wey- 
mouth: co-captains Kevin Farrell and 
Dana Morse, Steve Kohler, Jim Conroy, 
Brad Wellock, and Kevin Xaughton. 
Throughout the year, co-captain Kevin 
Farrell, along with Steve Kohler and 
Brad Wellock, led the team with out- 
standing records, (loach Jannino did a 
great job with the team which had only 
four starters from last year's squad. 





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Front row. 1. to r.: Mr. Doherty, D. Clancy, J. Coveney, E. Duffy, D. Morse, B. Wellock, K. Naughton. S. Kohler, 
E. Taylor. Mr. Jannino. Second row. 1. tor.: E. DelYecihio, G. Stilphen, B. Mantet. P. Gabriel, K. Farrell, J. Conroy, 
R. D'Ambrosia, S. Bern-. Third row. 1. to r.: P. Matthes, K. Naughton, W. Phillips. B. McGlynn, J. Boghnanno. 
W. Pierce, J. Doyle. P. Paquiette. Fourth row, 1. to r.: D. Fleming, E. Campbell, D. Madden. J. Dalton, P. Rae, 
H. Perin, D. Lindstroom, T. Labadie. Top row. 1. to r.: J. Walsh. C. Glynn. 




TRACK 



Cross-country, one of the unsung 
sports, develops the dedicated athlete. 
The W.H.S. cross-country team, coached 
by Mr. O'Leary, compiled a record of 
five wins and four losses. The cross- 
country trophy was awarded to John 
Delorey. Other important members of 
the team were Mike Hickey, Mike Haley, 
Paul Shanahan, Mike Kobs, Ken Chan- 
nel, and Captain, Dave Bombrick. 

The young men you have seen brav- 
ing the coldest of New England's days 
are members of the winter track team. 
Competing far from the cheers of fellow 
students, the boys, coached by Mr. 
O'Leary and Mr. Meehan, have been 
fine representatives of W eymouth High. 
Two of the year's highlights were the 
B.A.A. and the K. of C. meets held in 
the Boston Garden. 

Mr. O'Leary and Mr. Meehan once 
again have the task of molding a win- 
ning spring track team. Carrying on 
with the long tradition of success, they 
look forward to a fine season. 




First row, 1. to r.: D. Sjostedt, R. Morin. M. Teasdale. M. Kobs, J. Taubert. R. Gilbert, D. Powell. Second row, I. to r.: Asst. 
Coach Grogan, P. Shanahan, K. W'atkins, M. Hickey, R. Bambrick, R. Holmes. Third row, L to r.: P. Pasko, R. Smith, J. Trotto, 
R. Drake, R. Baker. Fourth row, 1. to r.: T. Walsh, A. Gaeta. R. Gillin, S. Finlayson. Last row: R. Frazier, T. O'Connor. 




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GYMNASTICS 



The boys gymnastic team ended 
their season with one of the best records 
in recent years. Even in their losses 
the team was never out of contention. 
Captain David Martell and Glen Carver 
took third place in their events in the 
Suburban Individual League Meet. 
Other valuable members of the team 
were Stan Molignanno, Tom Gentile, 
and Paul Casey. 




Front row. 1. to r.: M. Doherty. T. Gentile, D. Martell, G. Carver, P. Casey. Second row. 1. to r.: M. Dovle. E. 
Berrv. M. Spear, R. Cotter, C. Cavicchi, S. Molignano. R. Jensen, W. Thorne. 



The 1970 Massachusetts State 
Championship title went to the Wey- 
mouth Girls' Gymnastics Team for the 
second year in a row. W ith the ex- 
cellent coaching of Mrs. Kirby and 
Miss Parker, the girls soared to the 
State Meet undefeated. Seniors Ruth 
Yitale and Kathy Dempsey, and junior 
Bonnie Corrigan led the team with their 
outstanding abilities. Bonnie captured 
the title at the State Individual Meet. 
A versatile group, the team exhibited 
their skills in floor exercises, in vaulting, 
on the balance beam, and on the un- 
even bars. 



CHEERLEADERS 






From the first rousing cheer to the 
last second of play, our cheerleaders 
have charged the air with their enthusi- 
asm and excitement. Captained by 
Cheryl liickford, they encouraged both 
our football and basketball teams to 
make their best efforts this year. Under 
the direction of Miss Sheerin, the girls 
practiced daily to perfect their skills. 

The cheerleaders evoked a great 
deal of spirit at the rallies held through- 
out the year. Their vitality aroused 
the faithful members of the student body 
to support our teams. 




A pyramid of spirit! 



MM 



Front row I to r.: Marise Bilodeau, Janet Brown, Debbie Blanchard, Captain Cheryl Bickford, Karen Johnson, Mary Travers. 
Beth Civa! Back row. 1. to r.: Bonnie Corrigan, Leslie Briscoe. Lynn Chapman, Sue Ketchen, Beth Flaherty. Ruth Yitale. Michelle 
Power. Kathy Dempsey. 



J.M.S.V.C. 



Under the guidance of Mrs. Ma- 
graw, the Junior Moral Spiritual Values 
Committee, participates in many worth- 
while community activities. Sr. Chair- 
man Bill Concannon, Jr. Chairman Neil 
Steinkraus, and Secretary Bonnie Hall 
preside at the monthly meetings. Fre- 
quent trips were taken to Paul Dever 
School to help the mentally retarded. 
As much satisfaction was gained at the 
blind picnics as there was when some 
members worked at the nursing homes 
in Weymouth. The Hospital Committee 
worked diligently all year to make 
favors for the area hospitals and in- 
stitutions. 

The international assembly and 
Brotherhood Week were great successes. 
Foreign students toured our school for 
one day, and then introduced themselves 
at an interesting assembly. In March, 
a second assembly presented all the 
Chilian students in the South Shore to 
the students of Weymouth High. Native 
dances and songs added to the hour. 

Weymouth High can only hope that 
J.M.S.V.C. will keep up the good work 
next year. 

'Be Concerned" receiving line. 





Chilean guests. 




Dr. Farrin, Arty. General Robert Quinn, and Police Chief O'Kane. 




Mr. Daly and the Key Club officers peruse the agenda. 



KEY CLUB 



The Key Club, directed by Mr. Daly 
and sponsored by the Weymouth Ki- 
wanis Club, has an active membership 
of twenty-five students. The officers are 
President, Bill Gardner; Vice President, 
Marty Mahoney; Secretary, Chuck 
Dion; Treasurer, Gerry McKenna. 

The activities of the club include 
co-sponsoring the Book Fair with the 
Debate Club and giving Thanksgiving 
baskets to needy families in Weymouth. 
Also, the Key Club sponsored a hockey 
game between its members and the men's 
faculty. In addition to this, the club had 
the pleasure of hearing various guest 
speakers, including Mr. Santacroce of 
the Weymouth Welfare Department and 
Captain Rumble of the Weymouth Police 
Force. 

Because of their generous service 
to our town, the Key Club is considered 
a very special organization. 




A sample of Key Club wit. 




STUDENT 
COUNCIL 

Composed of elected representatives 
of the school, the Student Council meets 
regularly each week under the super- 
vision of Miss Martinez and Mr. Brizzi. 
This year's officers are President, Ed 
Nalband; Vice President, Steve Hartry; 
Secretary, Kathy Dempsey; Treasurer, 
Chris Materia. 

Throughout the year, the Student 
Council engaged in many worthwhile 
activities. They sponsored a successful 
Fall dance and distributed Thanksgiving 
baskets to less fortunate families in Wey- 
mouth. The Clobe Santa again collected 
a substantial amount fromW.H.S. stu- 
dents. Also a car wash contributed to- 
ward the two 500 dollar scholarships 
which the Student Council awards each 
year. Perhaps their greatest accomplish- 
ment was the establishing of a new 
dress code. 




The officers review the minutes of the last meeting. 
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CHORUS 



Under the direction of Mr. Burns, 
the Weymouth High School Chorus pre- 
sented many entertaining performances 
throughout the year. The Madrigal 
Dinner held in December and a concert 
at Symphony Hall for American Air- 
lines brought them much recognition. 
Also, they did an outstanding job sing- 
ing at Old South Union Church and at 
our own Spring Concert. 

The Weymouth High School Chor- 
ale, composed of exceptionally talented 
chorus members, worked hard in pre- 
senting various special choral pieces. 
At the National Honor Society induc- 
tion ceremony in March, they displayed 
their unique ability. 




Madrigal singers. 




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BAND AND 
ORCHESTRA 



During the 1969-1970 year, the 
Weymouth High School Maroon and 
Gold Band has shown its dexterity, 
shifting form from the concert hall to 
the football field, and back. The band 
sparked Weymouth fans' spirit at all 
the football games and provided in- 
teresting half-time entertainment as well. 
Our band is one of the most highly re- 
spected high school bands in the state, 
thanks to the efforts of hardworking, 
interested students, and the dedication 
of Mr. Warren, who works not only 
with the band as a whole, but with 
the individual musicians as well. 

The band not only supplies enter- 
tainment for the school, but also pro- 
vides its services for the community. It 
schedules concerts twice a year for in- 
terested Weymouth citizens, backs up 
the high school chorus at its concerts, 
and marches in town-wide parades and 
celebrations. 



"The ref beats his wife-Passiton. 



The Weymouth High School Band, en masse. 






Windbags. 



The Weymouth High School Or- 
chestra, under the direction of Mr. 
Burke, is comprised of sophomores, jun- 
iors, and seniors who wish to further 
their knowledge of orchestral music. 
In addition to the daily rehearsals in 
preparation for the annual Spring Con- 
cert, members learn the fundamentals 
of music and the basic techniques in 
conducting an orchestra. Particularly 
talented musicians were chosen to par- 
ticipate in the All-State, District, and 
New England Concert Festivals. 



Our dedicated majorettes. 



F.B.L.A. 



The Future Business Leaders of 
America Club is comprised of business 
students hopeful of gaining knowledge 
and experience which cannot be ob- 
tained in the classroom. Guest speakers 
inform the club members about pro- 
fessional and business ethics and also 
share their valuable experiences. Each 
year the club visits a business or busi- 
ness school and sells class pins to raise 
money for their annual award to an 
outstanding business senior. 




Health guardians of the future. 



Smiling F.B.L.A. officers. 




F.N.A 



The Future Nurses of America Club, 
under the supervision of Mrs. Hoyle, 
offers the opportunity to all interested 
students to become acquainted with the 
field of medicine. 

The officers of the club are: Phyllis 
McHugh, President; Janet Cashman, 
Vice President; Maureen Brennan, Sec- 
retary; Terry Caron, Treasurer. Dur- 
ing the school year, these officers, along 
with active club members, entertained 
many interesting guests, including a 
recruiter from the Army Nurse Corps 
and several student nurses from vari- 
ous schools. 

Since the rewards of a medical ca- 
reer are many, the F.N.A. hopes to en- 
courage its members to seek the un- 
limited horizons of nursing and its al- 
lied fields. 



F.T.A. 



Under the capable leadership of 
Miss Pearson and President Bonnie La- 
grotteria, the Future Teachers Club 
meets regularly each month. The ac- 
tivities of the club include field trips 
to different colleges in the Boston area. 

Program Chairman Judi Jamieson 
has the duty of inviting guests speakers 
to each meeting. In April, all members 
visit a class in the Weymouth school 
system where they observe the actual 
teaching process. This enables mem- 
bers to plan more easily their future 
professions. 




Our future educators. 



Mathematical wizards. 




MATH TEAM 



The Math Team, under the able 
guidance of Mr. Duseau, competes four 
times each year against ten other teams. 
The meet consists of five-ten minute 
tests and a ten minute team question. 

This year's members are seniors: 
Kathy Owens and Laurie Harrington; 
juniors: Neil Steinkraus and Edward 
Taylor; and sophomores: Jane Atwater 
and Russ O'Connor. The team has 
averaged a fifth place finish in the divi- 
sion competition. 




D.E.C.A. 



The only national youth organiza- 
tion operating through the public 
schools of the nation to attract young 
people to careers in marketing and dis- 
tribution is known as the Distributive 
Education Club of America. Under the 
guidance of Mrs. Doucette, D.E.C.A. 
members strive to develop their abilities 
in the field of merchandising. In March, 
the students participated in a state con- 
ference at the Prudential Building. The 
purpose of this was to inspire individual 
and group leadership. 



Attentive listeners. 





D.E.C.A. - rative designs. 



"Hey. the centerfold is pretty good this month." 




POLITICAL 

AFFAIRS 

CLUB 

The Political Affairs Club meets 
weekly to discuss politics and current 
events. Aided by the members of the 
Social Studies Department, the meetings 
are both informative and stimulating. 
Students in the vicinity of the Social 
Studies wing on Friday afternoons are 
familiar with the ideals of our future 
political scientists. 




Kd Franklin points out a troubled spot. 



Future politicians? 





WHS-TV 



WHS- TV had a successful start air- 
ing a number of interesting and in- 
formative programs. The year's high- 
lights were a student debate over the 
question of the voting age, a review 
of the 1969 football season, and inter- 
views with foreign guests on Internation- 
al Day. 



T.V. nerve center. 



Mr. Sedman's crew. 



FILMMAKERS 
CLUB 



Every Tuesday afternoon President 
Pam Van Orden calls the Filmmakers 
Club to order. The club not only dis- 
cusses different filmmaking techniques, 
but also makes their own movies dur- 
ing and after school. Their major ac- 
tivity this year was the Film Festival, a 
series of short films shown after school 
for all students. 






CAMERA 
CLUB 



The photo enthusiasts at Weymouth 
High join the Camera Club to learn 
the techniques of taking a good picture. 
Members of the club take pictures and 
then develop the pictures themselves. 
Different methods of photography are 
also discussed at each meeting. 



Posing for a picture. 



SCIENCE 
CLUB 

The Science Club, newly formed this 
year, engages in many worthwhile and 
educational activities. The officers, Bob 
Long, Bob Murray, and June Fulton 
continually propose new and exciting 
projects for the club to do. This year 
the Science Club members took field 
trips to the Natick Army Laboratory 
and to Harvard University. They were 
privileged to hear guest speakers from 
A.A.A.S. and N.E.A.R.M. Growing 
crystals, making mirrors, and experi- 
menting with vacuum chambers also 
opened deeper paths of scientific curiosi- 
ty for these young scientists. 




Playing with a ripple tank. 



Mr. O'Malley and his scientists. 



CONSERVATION 



Pondering pollution problems. 



CLUB 



This year the Conservation Club 
taught at Johnson School and con- 
ducted guided nature walks at Great 
Esker Park. On March 14, Michelle 
Garbarczuk, chairman of the club, or- 
ganized the members and students from 
the high school to clean-up the Wey- 
mouth Herring Run. On March 21, "An 
Evening of Conservation," sponsored 
by the club was presented in the audi- 
torium. There were seven guest speakers, 
slides, and a film. Another of the clubs 
community projects was finding homes 
for dogs in the dog pound. This sum- 
mer the teaching program at Esker 
Park and its science center will be con- 
tinued. Those wishing to visit the park 
will be cordially invited by the staff. 





Officers of the club. 



Concerned conservationists. 




CHESS CLUB 



The members of the Chess Club, 
under the guidance of Mr. Lofgren and 
President, Bob Merriman, practice their 
powers of concentration each Monday 
afternoon in round-robin tournaments. 
The W.H.S. Chess Club is a member 
of the South Shore Interscholastic Chess 
League. The boys battle wits with such 
schools as Thayer Academy, Notre 
Dame Academy, Hingham, and Sharon 
High Schools. The game of chess 
teaches its players valuable lessons in 
patience, good sportsmanship, and care- 
ful calculations. 




Check . . . 




"Would you let me win for once?' 




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RIDING CLUB 



The Riding Club, under the direc- 
tion of Sue Chamberlain, President, and 
Anne Cheney, Vice President, meets 
weekly to plan its Sunday ride at Red- 
sam's Stable in Randolph. With the 
sage advice of their supervisor, Miss 
Finn, they organized their annual hay 
ride at Lazy-S-Ranch in Canton. As a 
part of their weekly excursions, the mem- 
bers instruct each other in various 
techniques of horsemanship. The Rid- 
ing Club joined with other student or- 
ganizations to help the J.M.S.V.C. dur- 
ing their Be Concerned Week. 




Horsing around. 



SKI CLUB 




This year, the Ski Club was headed 
by President, Pam Barry; Vice Presi- 
dent, Libby Fay; and Secretary-Treas- 
urer Sue Ketchen, who organized sev- 
eral outings. During the February va- 
cation, the club members enjoyed a 
weekend trip to Mad River in Mores- 
town, Vermont. The group of forty-five 
students, supervised by Miss Finn and 
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess, stayed at the 
Four Seasons Lodge and skied under 
great conditions both days. Also, the 
group viewed the film " Downhill Racer. " 



Traversing the slopes. 

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DEBATE SOCIETY 



One of the most important but least 
publicized activities at Weymouth High 
School is the Debate Club. Consisting 
of two divisions, varsity and novice, 
the team regularly debates the national 
high school topic. This year the topic 
was, Resolved: That Congress should 
prohibit United States unilateral mili- 
tary intervention. 

In debate, the emphasis is not on 
winning, but on the development of 
logic. The logic that is involved in the 
research, organization, and presenta- 
tion of a plan gives valuable aid to 
students planning to study forensics, 
writing, or other related subjects. 

This year, the Debate Club, under 
the direction of Mr. John Ghiorse, 
participated in many debate seminars 
sponsored by the South Shore Debate 
League. This prepared the students for 
the round of invitational debate tour- 
neys which was held later in the year. 



President 



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Members of the Debate Team. 



NATIONAL 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 



The National Honor Society was 
established May 1, 1969. The purpose 
of the society is to honor the academic, 
leadership, and citizenship qualities of 
a student. Members are selected first 
and foremost by their academic per- 
formances, after which their names are 
submitted to the faculty who evaluate 
them on their citizenship and leader- 
ship qualities. 

The officers elected were Kristine 
Kalaijian, President; Jeanne MacLaren, 
Vice President; Cindy Alemian, Secre- 
tary; Richard McDonough, Treasurer. 

This year, the induction ceremony 
was held on March 12. Mr. Stanton, 
along with various members of the so- 
ciety, spoke. The Honor Society also 
conferred its first honorary member- 
ship on Miss Norris. The evening was 
most rewarding. 



FOREIGN STUDENTS 




Receiving the N.H.S. certificate from Dr. Karrin. 



This year Weymouth High School 
has been host to nine students from 
six countries: Chile, China, Mexico, 
Rumania, Turkey, and Vietnam. These 
students attend regular classes and 
classes in conversational English under 
Mr. McCarthy's direction. With their 
unique amiable personalities, these nine 
foreign students have gready enriched 
both our student body and faculty in 
human understanding. 



Familiar faces from foreign lands. 




THEATRE 
ARTS 
CLUB 

With a total membership of over 
thirty students, the Theatre Arts Club 
possesses a great deal of talent. Under 
the direction of Mr. Daniels, the club 
presented an evening of one act plays. 
Needless to say, this production was 
very successful. 

Headed by Bill Concannon and 
Terry Doyle, the Theatre Arts Club 
also displayed an interesting account 
of the development of drama in the 
windows of the main lobby. 

Through the efforts of this club, 
Weymouth High School students have 
had the opportunity to enjoy fine talent. 



A thorn amongst roses. 




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SENIOR CLASS PLAY 



Under the superb direction of Mr. 
McCarthy, the class of 70 presented 
Stardust as its senior class play. A 
hilarious comedy by Walter Keir, it 
involves a young actress' rise to fame. 
The amusing plot was treated with origi- 
nality and ingenuity by the talented 
dramatic club members. The backstage 
crew and the publicity and ticket sales 
committees also contributed to the suc- 
cess of this production. 




A retarded egg. 



A pep talk from the director. 




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"I'll get that Oscar yet." 




Actresses freaking out. 




N.O.W. 



For the first time in many years 
Weymouth High School has a weekly 
newspaper. Co-editors Bill Concannon 
and Charlie White, along with Dave 
Griswold, Kevin Coyne, and Mark 
Mulready, succeed each week in pro- 
ducing an interesting account of school 
events. The entire student body par- 
ticipates by submitting their own articles. 

Faculty advisor, Mr. Porter, assists 
the students each week by giving his 
opinions and advice. Without the ef- 
forts of Miss Norris and many capable 
business students, who type and print 
each issue, JV. 0. W. would not have 
been the success that it is. 




Purchasing X.O.W.'s. 




Reading the finished copy. 




173 



REFLECTOR 




Mrs. Lutz and Joanne D'Alcomo discuss Reflector business. 
Viewing the final product. 



The Reflector, Weymouth High's lit- 
erary magazine, is the publising outlet 
for creative members of the student 
body. The magazine publishes poetry, 
short stories, reviews, essays, art work, 
and other pieces of an artistic nature. 

The staff, headed by editor Joanne 
D'Alcomo and Asst. Editor Mike Ed- 
monds, writes articles on topics of in- 
terest, and collects literary works from 
the student body. Material is evaluated 
by an editorial board of seven staff 
members, who determine which pieces 
will be printed. Diligent secretaries then 
type the articles to the specifications of 
the print shop, who print the magazine 
in its final form. 

This year's first issue was the best 
in Reflector history, containing ninety 
pages of superb, original creations. 
The staff and student body should be 
congratulated for producing consistent- 
ly enlightening literature. 



"W here's the E?" 



CAMPUS 



The Campus room, the nerve center 
for the seemingly unending job of pub- 
lication, is often a scene of chaos and 
confusion. Members of the staff have 
spent their year planning, writing, proof- 
reading, and typing. All work is made 
ready for the fast approaching dead- 
lines. The art staff, those dedicated in- 
dividuals who receive no recognition, 
spend long hours planning designs and 
layouts. Members of the sales staffhave 
the unenviable job of soliciting thefunds 
to help support the 1970 Campus. 



Sandi at the typewriter. 





Dedicated art editor. 
Campus fun. 





177 




180 




182 



dm 



The almighty seam ripper. 



Geometrical perfection. 




Are you ripplin' 






186 



A 





William Concannon Kristine Kalaijian 

MOST COMMUNITY MINDED 



Charles White Katherine Owens 

MOST INTELLIGENT 




SENIOR 



SUPERLATIVES 



Thomas McMahon 
MOST ATHLETIC BOY 





Peter Criswold Joanne Toma 

MOST UNCONVENTIONAL 





Kevin Cole Adelle Boucher 

FRIENDLIEST 




Joan Ellen Fistori 
MOST FEMININE GIRL 




Teresa Doyle 





Edward Nalband Joanne D'Alcomo 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 





Lawrence Saint 
MOST VERSATILE 



Kathleen Dempsey 



INDEX 



Acknowledgements 


191 


Gymnastics 


137-139 


Administration 


8 


Hockey 


129-131 


Band 


154-156 


J.M.S.V.C. 


146-147 


Basketball 


126-128 


Key Club 


148-149 


Camera Club 


162 


Math Team 


158 


Campus 


176-177 


National Honor Society 


165 


Cheerleaders 


140-142 


N.O.W. 


172-173 


Chess Club 


164 


Orchestra 


154-156 


Chorus 


152-153 


Outstanding Achievement 

o 


188 


Class Officers 


119 


Pep Club 


143 


Conservation Club 


163 


Political Affairs Club 


160 


Debate Society 


167 


Reflector 


174-175 


D.E.C.A. 


159 


Riding Club 


166 


Faculty 


6-24 


Science Club 


162 


F.B.L.A. 


157 


Senior Class Play 


170-171 


Filmmakers Club 


161 


Senior Superlatives 


189 


F.N.A. 


157 


Ski Club 


166 


Football 


122-125 


Sophomores 


178-183 


rui ciy 11 oiuuciiio 


168 


Student Council 


150-151 


French Club 


168 


Theater Arts 


169 


F.T.A. 


158 


Track 


134-136 


Graduates 


26-119 


WHS-TV 


161 






Wrestling 


132-133 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



The 1970 yearbook staff sincerely 
hopes that you enjoy your copy of the 
Campus. From September to June, the 
staff members have been devoted to the 
purpose of presenting this yearbook to 
you. 

We, the editors, would like to thank 
those people without whom this project 



could not have become a reality: the 
administration and faculty of Weymouth 
High School and Annex; the officers 
and employees of Alston Studio; Mr. 
Stephen Chop, artist in residence; and 
last but not least, Mr. James Egan, our 
understanding advisor. 



1970 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editors in Chief: 
Asst. Editors: 
Staff Editors: 

Art Editors: 
Art Staff: 
General Staff: 

Sales Managers: 
Sales Staff: 



Head Secretary: 
Secretaries: 



Jean Corbo, Kristine Kalaijian. 

Linda Palmieri. Wendy Klasson, Carol Palmer. 

Jean Spargo. William Concannon, Kathy Dion, Maureen 
Brennan. Kathy Noble, Nancy Alcusky. 

Joanne Tankard. Sharon Ouellet. 

Ruth Young. Evelyn McDonald, Nancy Berry. 

Janet Osterman, Susan Osterman, Linda Dussault, Kathy Mc- 
Leod, Joanne Lewis, Maria Dentino. Barbara Peshek, Julie Bau- 
meister, Nancy Fogg. Janis Coyle. 

Julie Baumeister. Janis Coyle. 

Sandra Gelsomini, Ellen Bright, Cindy Brophy, Rave Jeanne 
Buchan, Ellen Campbell, Nancy Corkren. Theresa Doyle, 
Deborah Flora. William Gardner, Bruce Grant, Lisa Grillo, Dot 
Haynes, Marty Mahoney. Brion McGroarty. Kathy McLeod. 
Kathy Quam, Donna Seymore, Linda Simonds. Donna Spencer. 
Ruth Yitale. Joyce Cole, Diane Traknis, Maureen Brennan. 

Sandy Gelsomini. 

Lisa Grillo, Dottie Haynes, Donna Spencer. Sue McLaughlin, 
Debbie Woodford, Michelle Powers. 



Photographer 



Robert Alabiso. 




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"If a man does not keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it is because 
he hears a different drummer. Let him 
step to the music which he hears, how- 
ever measured or far away." 

H. D. Thoreau